|Jaw Width (in.)||1.75 in||Throat Depth (in.)||1.125 in|
|Clamp Type||Angle/Corner||Clamping Strength (lb.)||250|
|Duty Rating||Standard||Hand Tool Type||Clamp|
|Maximum Opening (in.)||2 in||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Lmited Lifetime|
A: I had some scrap wood approximately 1” x 3” any length just to support your work. Nothing really structural, just enough to keep your work from sagging and putting strain on your glued/nailed or screwed joint. Hope this helps.
A: The base is 1-1/4" thick. Hope this helps.
A: I used 2X4’s and cut a dato 3/4” wide and deep for the plywood I was using. The length depends on what you’re making. Saved them to use again. They optionally need to be able to hold up what you’re clamping.
A: I have no idea. It did not state on the item. However, the quality of Bessey WS-3+2K is better than IRWIN Quick-grip 90 (226410).
A: Bessey is a German manufacturer with a North American branch based in Ontario Canada. Along with Jorgensen, it is one of the highest rated clamps used.
A: Bessey clamps are made in Germany.
A: Bessey is located in Germany and Canada. BESSEY Tools North America Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, N1R 7J4 By the information on their web site, the location in Cambridge handles all North American markets. https://www.bessey.de/
A: I just bought this clamp and it clearly says on the package "made in China".
A: Unfortunately the response from the manufacturer didn't answer my question. I suspect intentionally. I went to the store and all of their tools I looked at were made in China
A: You might be thinking of a Toggle Bolt Anchor. These with work in Drywall but if you have to unscrew to remove a base plate for the TP holder, the spring plate will fall into the wall. It is easier to get a replacement Toggle. Take what you have to the store so you will get the correct size. You might also want to look at E-Z Ancor. These have many different styles that will support 50 to 100 pounds each. Easy to install and very secure. Repeat use is also an option.
A: Toggle bolts. There is a whole section on the fastener isle for these sort of things.