Jacob":1ka25vb3 said:Some sort of gluing clamp? Fastix is glue brand.
I think that's on the right lines.Demusss":3lvy3vxp said:A clamp like this one
http://www.carbix.se/product.html/super ... gory_id=27
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Well clearly......but what is it used for exactly?sunnybob":fz9fkwso said:A bit of logic is called for here. The spring sections are hand shaped, so you squeeze that part, the two prongs obviously grip when the spring is squeezed. The ratchet section allows you to either take repeated grips to increase pressure, or to hold the clamps in place while you let go. In a hospital it would be called a haemostat and be used for clamping blood vessels.
So, its a ratchet operated removing tool for a particular piece of machinery.
Easy when you know how. 8) 8) 8) 8)
First thing I thought, I have several Krone tools look exactly the same. Beats impaling yourself with a flat blade screwdriver (ask me how I know).Pete Maddex":2sdk7bp3 said:Looks like a cage nut tool for inserting cage nuts in to instrument racking.
The teeth would suggest that, just had a look at my cage nut tools and the end points are different. I think you may be closer to the potential use.scooby":djpw0mgb said:Shape of the jaws, makes me think its a hose clamp.
It's not a cage nut tool.AndyT":350f82sk said:
That has never occurred to me once, yet brilliantly obvious to use in extruded alloy.Eric The Viking":br8e4fnv said:Once the nuts are liberated from their cages*... they are really handy for a lot of small T-track slots, for example in the extrusion I use as my router table fence
The shape of the gripping bit - one concave, the other convex - makes me wonder if it is not some sort of hose clamp, though not blood vessels. Chemistry ? Given the manfucturers site, automotive ? Brake bleeding, fuel lines ?sunnybob":6djq0h3q said:In a hospital it would be called a haemostat and be used for clamping blood vessels.