Putting clamps on movable flat surfaces is applicable not only to large boards but also flattened boxes or even paintings (but just make sure that the paintings are protected). With clamps, moving can be a breeze. I know that there are various types of clamps available to make moving flat bulky items easier and more manageable. Thus, it is always good to find out the various clamp models before buying.

slimguy3796 years ago
good idea, instructable= simple, and to the point aka good jobs
LinuxH4x0r (author)  slimguy3796 years ago
Mr. Rig It6 years ago
Good idea. I do declare those look to be Harbor Freight gloves. I have a pair of those gloves myself.
LinuxH4x0r (author)  Mr. Rig It6 years ago
Thanks! Yep, those are western safety. Great gloves.
I love modern clamps! I grew up using pipe clamps, but now own a slew of Irwin Quick Grips. I do all kinds of crazy things with them. When doing wood working along I am constantly building structures by clamping clamps on clamps on clamps on clamps on... You can never have too many!
LinuxH4x0r (author)  RichardBronosky6 years ago
True! You can never have enough clamps. Thanks!
Actually a great Tool Tip, nice job LinuxH4x0r!
LinuxH4x0r (author)  GorillazMiko7 years ago
Thanks! This is the lame one. I'm making a better one soon.
No. Not lame. Good. Can't wait to see the even ~~gooder~~better one.
LinuxH4x0r (author)  GorillazMiko7 years ago
I plan on having it done Wednesday.
Cool, I'll be sure to look for it.
LinuxH4x0r (author)  GorillazMiko7 years ago
its 9:11 (ahhhh) here, and I think I'll go out in the garage to get some pictures.......
summit7 years ago
My dad has those same clamps except his are way bigger!!!
LinuxH4x0r (author)  summit7 years ago
Harbor freight?
His are 3 feet long.