Homemade Clamp From PVC Pipe

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Introduction: Homemade Clamp From PVC Pipe

Hello!

Clamp, it's a cheap tool. A few pieces are enough to always be at hand. But if a large number of Clamps are required, then the cost grows significantly. It is good that you can make a clamp with your own hands. The model is simple to manufacture and easy to operate. To make the clamp you will need a piece of PVC pipe. The thicker the walls, the greater the compression ratio.

Step 1:

1. You need to cut the pipe lengthwise

Step 2:

2. Attach the handles and mark where the entry holes will be.

Step 3:

3. Mark where there will be exit holes for handles.

Step 4:

4. Then take the drill to the size of our handles. I have a handles 10 mm.

Step 5:

5.Stainless steel fully threaded stud 1m cut into 4 parts

Step 6:

6. Using a screwdriver, screw the stud into the holes

Step 7:

7, I marked the holes for the handles so that I could use the clamp with one hand

Step 8:

8. The grip force of the small clamp from the store.

Step 9:

9. The grip force of my clamp

Step 10:

Our clamp is ready. Thus it is possible to make clips and longer.

Hope you like my DIY.
Best whishes !

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    16 Comments

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    zezidud
    zezidud

    1 year ago

    Wonderfully clever to think of this clamp design.

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    yueshan
    yueshan

    1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing

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    discostu956
    discostu956

    1 year ago

    Love the simplicity of this!

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    Serg Korshunov
    Serg Korshunov

    1 year ago

    Молодец, большое спасибо !!!

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    И вам спасибо :)

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    dwieland
    dwieland

    1 year ago

    This is a clever use for vent pipe offcuts (leftover pieces), and I suspect that ABS drain pipe could work too. Stainless steel threaded rod is expensive in Canada, but I don't see why a cheaper rod wouldn't work as well. A design variation that could increase the clamping range (both thickness and force) is to add a long bolt across the diameter that could be tightened to pull the jaws tighter.

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    Oh! Thats brilliant idea :)! That's will be clamp 2.0:) thats will upgrade in to next level! :)

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    Yonatan24
    Yonatan24

    1 year ago

    I can't watch the video, you need to go in the video settings and change it so Youtube allows embedding BTW.

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    Please try one more time. I changed settings.

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    analogue brain
    analogue brain

    1 year ago

    neat idea, i will make some soon

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you!

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks:)

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    rnjenny
    rnjenny

    1 year ago

    pretty nifty!

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    seamster
    seamster

    1 year ago

    Very nice, and I love the simplicity!

    If I make a few, I might put a couple layers of heat-shrink tubing on the outside rod ends to make them more comfortable.

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    Polkilo
    Polkilo

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you! Im glad you like it! :)