Alignment Block For Accurate Threading

Alignment Block For Accurate Threading Hand Tools

Alignment block for accurate threading is post about Hand Tools bookmarked by ruben with ID 1651675346 was uploaded on 18-02-2019 and has been viewed 403,590 times.

I wanted to make my own maple handscrews, but found that freehand threading of the 5/16-in.steel rods invariably resulted in erratic thread patterns and wobbly clamps.I solved the problem by drilling a pilot hole through a 2-in.

block and fastening my die holder directly over the hole with little maple brackets.To ensure firm damping pressure, the cutouts in the brackets should be a fraction shallower than the height of the handles.

I now get perfect threads every time, both right-hand and left-hand, and have produced a number of beautifully functional clamps at a fraction of store-bought prices...

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