Internet #204958410

Model # WS-3+2K

Store SKU #1000039549

0091162001547

90-Degree Angle Clamp

  • Secures 2 pieces of wood together at a perfect 90-degree angle
  • Plastic-coated jaws won't mar the wood
  • Open design is easy to use and offers plenty of access
$ 21 97

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Product Overview

  • Secures 2 pieces of wood together at a perfect 90-degree angle
  • Plastic-coated jaws won't mar the wood
  • Open design is easy to use and offers plenty of access
The BESSEY WS-3+2K is designed to clamp work Piece together at a 90 degree angle. The pivoting jaw adjusts automatically to different thicknesses of wood. Comes standard with a pair of TK-6 table clamps to use when you want to clamp your WS-3+2K to a work surface.
  • Holds and aligns materials at a 90-degree angle
  • Automatically adjusts to hold 2 different sizes of wood together
  • Jaws automatically adjust within a 4 in. range 2 in. x 2 in., 1 in. x 3 in. etc.
  • Die-cast jaws are plastic coated to protect work piece
  • Open design allows ample clearance to screw, dowel or staple material together while gluing

Product Overview

  • Secures 2 pieces of wood together at a perfect 90-degree angle
  • Plastic-coated jaws won't mar the wood
  • Open design is easy to use and offers plenty of access
Model #: WS-3+2K
Sku #: 1000039549
Internet #: 204958410

The BESSEY WS-3+2K is designed to clamp work Piece together at a 90 degree angle. The pivoting jaw adjusts automatically to different thicknesses of wood. Comes standard with a pair of TK-6 table clamps to use when you want to clamp your WS-3+2K to a work surface.

  • Holds and aligns materials at a 90-degree angle
  • Automatically adjusts to hold 2 different sizes of wood together
  • Jaws automatically adjust within a 4 in. range 2 in. x 2 in., 1 in. x 3 in. etc.
  • Die-cast jaws are plastic coated to protect work piece
  • Open design allows ample clearance to screw, dowel or staple material together while gluing

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Ratings (91) (211) (138) (110)
Hand Tool Type Clamp Clamp Clamp Clamp
Jaw Width 3.25 1.75 3.75 3.75
Clamp Type Trigger Angle/Corner Trigger Trigger
Clamping Strength (lb.) 300 250 600 600
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Specifications

Dimensions

Jaw Width
1.75
Throat Depth
1.125

Details

Clamp Type
Angle/Corner
Clamping Strength (lb.)
250
Hand Tool Type
Clamp
Individual/Set
Individual
Material
Alloy
Maximum Opening (in.)
2
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lmited Lifetime

Specifications

Dimensions

Jaw Width
1.75
Throat Depth
1.125

Details

Clamp Type
Angle/Corner
Clamping Strength (lb.)
250
Hand Tool Type
Clamp
Individual/Set
Individual
Material
Alloy
Maximum Opening (in.)
2
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lmited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

What is the widest piece of wood that you could clamp with this?

What is the widest piece of wood that you could clamp with this?
Asked by: BJL
looks like about 2 1/2 inches, maybe 3 inches
Answered by: DB12163
Date published: 2020-04-24

What is the approximate weight of this item?

Asked by: Richie
About 1 pound.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2019-07-17

Would this be a plausible alternative to a kreg clamp?

Asked by: Sarah
Kreg makes many different clamps; however, if you're planning on using it for 90 degree corners, I would say yes. It works great as a "3rd hand." I use mine to hold corner pieces together while I nail or screw them together.
Answered by: ClassicRock70s
Date published: 2019-03-01

Can i use this to make a corner with 2x6’s?

Asked by: Goon
Only if you are clamping and holding the 1 1/2 inch part in the clamp. If that is the case you may have to manipulate the wood a little because wood is not perfect. Maybe you could use another angle clamp on the other end of the joint.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2019-07-17
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