Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp

Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp

Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp

Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp:we have rich experience and tough combat effectiveness, at the same time, we are full of awe and curiosity. I paused for a moment before choosing a five-star rating for this strap clamp, but I really can't fault it in any way.I've used it to clamp picture frames, so far both a small frame made from one-inch square stock and some 26 by 36 inch frames made from 1-1/2 by 2 inch oak. In each case the strap clamp worked very well. I was concerned that it might not exert enough clamping force on the large frames, but it did, and the glue joints came out tight and solid.I always read the negative reviews of any product. After using this one, I really cannot corroborate some of the problems people are having. Some are simple misunderstandings, such as using the retractor crank to try to tension the strap. Some are failures to think through the product's potential, such as whether a flexible strap should be capable of balancing on an extremely narrow edge. But used within the envelope of reasonable expectations, I don't see how someone can criticize the clamp when it is used properly. In summary, I think a number of reviews are more about operator error. That's not to criticize the reviewers, but to clarify the notion of the product.In that light, I'll share my procedure for gluing up frames. It minimizes the fumbling around with the strap. Begin by laying out your frame molding dry. Extend the clamp strap around the frame and slide the plastic corner pieces into place as you gradually shorten the strap to a fairly close fit, using the crank--but leave a little room. Get all your clamp parts "in the neighborhood." Now, if necessary, loosen the strap slightly, then remove one molding and apply the glue. Replace it, then glue up the other pieces, replacing them in turn. Fit them gently together, aligning the joints. When they're all together, snug up the strap with the crank, bit by bit, while placing the corner pieces and checking the frame joints. As the strap snugs up, keep aligning the corner pieces and the frame joints, cycling through the three tasks: tighten, align, align. When the crank is tight, graduate to tightening the handle. By now the clamp's corner pieces will be set and you will be checking only the frame joints. If the miters are true and the molding lengths are perfect, the frame will pull itself square. Just make sure nothing has slipped out of place. Done.Those who complain of difficulty setting up the clamp with drawers or boxes should find a similar approach to be effective. The thing is like a snake, for sure; you have to tame it a little at a time.In my book, it's far superior to the rigid corner clamps I used to use for frames. All four corners are available for alignment adjustments at all times, right up to the last second.cheap super special price,popular overseas,fees free!!Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp
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Product Description

Make Difficult Frame And Furniture Clamping Easy With The Bessey; Band spanner High-Torque Clamping System. This Self-Contained System Combines Four Angle-Adjustable Corner Brackets With A Powerful Worm Tensioner, For Precise Pressure On Square, Rectangular, Circular And Multi-Angled Objects. A Retractable 7-Meter Polyester Tensioning Band Offers Exceptional Clamping Power.

From the Manufacturer

This angle strap clamp, with its various angles and swiveling pressure plates, provides infinite angle adaptability and continuous high pressure on all mitered corners and tightens automatically as it clamps. The specially woven polyester strap guarantees high-tensile strength (up to 1,100-pounds) with almost no stretch. The strap also features reciprocal gears, is easy to fix at any position, and has a clamping capacity of 23-feet. The set includes one clamp and four angle plates.

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Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp

Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp:we have rich experience and tough combat effectiveness, at the same time, we are full of awe and curiosity. I paused for a moment before choosing a five-star rating for this strap clamp, but I really can't fault it in any way.I've used it to clamp picture frames, so far both a small frame made from one-inch square stock and some 26 by 36 inch frames made from 1-1/2 by 2 inch oak. In each case the strap clamp worked very well. I was concerned that it might not exert enough clamping force on the large frames, but it did, and the glue joints came out tight and solid.I always read the negative reviews of any product. After using this one, I really cannot corroborate some of the problems people are having. Some are simple misunderstandings, such as using the retractor crank to try to tension the strap. Some are failures to think through the product's potential, such as whether a flexible strap should be capable of balancing on an extremely narrow edge. But used within the envelope of reasonable expectations, I don't see how someone can criticize the clamp when it is used properly. In summary, I think a number of reviews are more about operator error. That's not to criticize the reviewers, but to clarify the notion of the product.In that light, I'll share my procedure for gluing up frames. It minimizes the fumbling around with the strap. Begin by laying out your frame molding dry. Extend the clamp strap around the frame and slide the plastic corner pieces into place as you gradually shorten the strap to a fairly close fit, using the crank--but leave a little room. Get all your clamp parts "in the neighborhood." Now, if necessary, loosen the strap slightly, then remove one molding and apply the glue. Replace it, then glue up the other pieces, replacing them in turn. Fit them gently together, aligning the joints. When they're all together, snug up the strap with the crank, bit by bit, while placing the corner pieces and checking the frame joints. As the strap snugs up, keep aligning the corner pieces and the frame joints, cycling through the three tasks: tighten, align, align. When the crank is tight, graduate to tightening the handle. By now the clamp's corner pieces will be set and you will be checking only the frame joints. If the miters are true and the molding lengths are perfect, the frame will pull itself square. Just make sure nothing has slipped out of place. Done.Those who complain of difficulty setting up the clamp with drawers or boxes should find a similar approach to be effective. The thing is like a snake, for sure; you have to tame it a little at a time.In my book, it's far superior to the rigid corner clamps I used to use for frames. All four corners are available for alignment adjustments at all times, right up to the last second.cheap super special price,popular overseas,fees free!!Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp