Now you can clamp objects together or spread them in tensioned opposition without frustration or risky damages.
Inventor Royce D. Cooper of Cleveland, TX has created an innovative new pipe clamp for clamping objects together or spreading them in tensioned opposition without frustration or risky damages.
The pipe clamp is used in a wide range of applications. Its ability to clamp and hold long objects makes the tool ideal for use in woodworking, furniture making, cabinetry, and more. While some clamps can be reversed, allowing them to force objects apart, the process for reversing the clamp is often complicated and time consuming. It can also damage furniture in the process. In turn, Inventor Cooper was inspired to create the Push Me Pull Me Clamp!
This clever new invention is a pipe clamp that can be made to virtually any length. The clamp head has two faces. One face is for clamping objects together and one is for pushing objects apart, by reversing the movable end of the clamp. This tool will quickly adapt from one mode to the other to accommodate objects large and small. Not only will this save time, it will increase ones quality of work by preventing damage, which is common with other pipe clamps.
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