A toggle clamp can be attached to a work surface or a jig to keep a piece of work stationary while it’s being machined. Toggle clamps come in several sizes and in differing varieties—push, pull, and

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A toggle clamp can be attached to a work surface or a jig to keep a piece of work stationary while it’s being machined. Toggle clamps come in several sizes and in differing varieties—push, pull, and right-angle—all tailored to specific circumstances. Pushing the handle down forces an adjusting screw onto the work to keep it immobilized.

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