Model # WS-3+2K

Internet #204958410

Store SKU #1000039549

BESSEY 90-Degree Angle Clamp
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BESSEY

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
$ 20 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 (110) (153) (13) (14)
Hand Tool Type Clamp Clamp Clamp Clamp
Jaw Width 1.625 1.75 4 3
Clamp Type Angle/Corner Angle/Corner Angle/Corner Angle/Corner
Clamping Strength (lb.) 200 250 250 250
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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
90-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
90-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: 2018-07-31

What is the approximate weight of this item?

Asked by: Richie
it's about 2-4 lbs
Answered by: DB12163
Date published: 2018-06-26

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

Do you all accept harbor freight coupons?

Asked by: brite642
are you for real?
Answered by: woodpeckerwally
Date published: 2019-02-21
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Customer Reviews

90-Degree Angle Clamp is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 153.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from They are over-priced! These clamps may be ok for holding "dry" "T" joints, but have a lot to be d... They are over-priced! These clamps may be ok for holding "dry" "T" joints, but have a lot to be desired for miter joints. I bought four of them with intent to glue together some picture frames because of the greater vertical depth. The framing material was 1 1/2" wide x 1" thick. When opening the jaws to accommodate this material, the movable jaw moved off of the flat surface of the fixed portion and would "float" at odd angles, making it difficult to align the pieces. Additionally, with the joint laying on the flat portion of the fixed jaw, there was no access to the bottom side to clean of any excess glue before it set. Another negative feature is that there are no countersunk holes in the fixed jaw to fasten the clamp(s) to a heavy plywood piece or bench top. The holding clamps provided were useless in holding the clamp assembly at any angle other than at 45 degree angle to a bench top. I still have not figured what the purpose is for, and how to use, the plastic "T" inserts that fit in the jaws. With them installed, you cannot even drill screw holes for a "T" joint.
Date published: 2019-02-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wort piece of junk I have ever used. Maybe I got a bad one, or I just didn't know what I was doing. I used a good table saw to cut 4 2x2s at 45 degrees. I used the clamp to hold two pieces while I pre-drilled and then screwed. By the third joint the handle was stripped out. It just pulled off when I tugged on it- it's not even hot molded to the metal. Not that big a deal, I just got a pair of vise-grips and carried on. This time I cut 4 2x6s. The very first joint I put together the clamp was ruined. The parts that the worm screw goes through are plastic, and they aren't even glued together. It just split in two instead of holding the corner. I ended up holding both boards in my left hand, while I tapped and screwed with my right hand. Obviously I wasn't putting too much pressure on the clamp; it's just a piece of junk. Avoid like the plague. I'm looking for an all-metal clamp now, I'll never buy one made with plastic parts again. I bought this one in-store, and I will be returning it next time I go out.
Date published: 2016-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is the first 90 degree clamp I have bought, so I wasn't sure what was the best choice. Of t... This is the first 90 degree clamp I have bought, so I wasn't sure what was the best choice. Of the items on display in the store this one looked well made, so I bought it. It served the intended purpose, but I found the single clamping screw a bit cumbersome. It requires one to align both pieces perfectly while turning the handle, clearly a three handed job. Had the Wolfcraft Quick-Release 90 Degree Angle and Corner Clamp been on display, I would have bought that one as it looks as well made and has individual clamps, enabling the user to set the two pieces one at a time.
Date published: 2019-01-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I was disappointed with this corner clamp. It has a... I was disappointed with this corner clamp. It has a thick base and you'll need to build support blocks for your workpiece. I recommend having some wedges handy.
Date published: 2019-02-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Worked good but I thought it was very hard to... Worked good but I thought it was very hard to set up. Trying to fit the wood in and keeping the tool from shifting was difficult at times.
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for building a 12 foot gate keeping corners square... Great for building a 12 foot gate keeping corners square measure once cut once holding everything together on the table
Date published: 2019-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it. I have several other 90degree clamps but... I love it. I have several other 90degree clamps but this one is very rugged and sturdy and holds with a lot of force.
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It worked great for repairing a broken picture frame. Look... It worked great for repairing a broken picture frame. Look forward to others jobs where it will be useful
Date published: 2019-03-05
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