A: This item weight is 0.767Lb.
A: I would say less than 5 pounds. It's not very heavy.
A: Not sure what table your talking about but if it’s like mine which is a portable work table or bench and it has holes vertically. Those are universal holes for table saws, bench grinders, mitre saws etc. usually not for clamps. Clamps don’t usually use holes unless it’s the large clamps not the ones you posted this question on.
A: If you are talking about a wood working table yes. My table has 171 3/4" holes on it . That's the standard size for bench dogs. You can also remove the stationary end of a a Dewalt clamp and put it through the hole add a bolt and use it that way.
A: It worked ok at first but one of the jaws kept popping out of the support socket and it was useless after that. That might just be a problem with the smaller ones though so check it out before buying.
A: Yes you could use this for that type of project
A: yes this will work for you assuming the throat depth s deep enough
A: Yes it’s strong enough, you need two or more to be safe
A: Yes, this clamp is well suited for that application. For stability I would recommend using 2 clamps, 1 near the saw and another at the other end of the 2x4.
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|Throat Depth (in.)||3 in||3.25 in||3 in||3.75 in|
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