Small Clamp 1x3.5 (2)

This is a Set of Two Small Plastic Clamps from Excel.

Excel Small Clamp 1x3.5 (2)
 Excel Hobby Blades # exl55663
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Excel Hobby Blades Item # exl55663
Specifications :
  • Opening: 3-1/4" (8.3cm)
  • Depth: 1" (2.5cm)
  • Excel Product Number: 55663
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"Good Hold?"
4 stars is because cement will stick to the clamp. If not careful, the clamp might become one with the parts being assembled. The clamps work well. They do not clamp very tightly which has been a problem with my stronger clamps. There is a V-groove to handle cylindrical parts such as the muffler in my photos. I would have two more of these. The cement problem is definitely a problem but I can beat that.

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  • For clamping delicate work where proper tension is a must.
  • Clamps incorporate side beams marked in inches.
  • Notched jaws to help keep projects steady.
  • Easy to use quick release lock.
  • Blue plastic construction.
  • Carded packaging.


  • Opening: 3-1/4" (8.3cm)
  • Depth: 1" (2.5cm)
  • Excel Product Number: 55663


Two Small Plastic Clamps.

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"A Step up from Clothespins"
Sauceman (Asheville, NC)
Clothespins are great for a beginner, but these affordable clamps are better at the pesky tasks of airplane hulls and wings. Such a good deal I got an extra set for my father.

"Simple and effective"
Simple and easy to use at a price that makes it crazy not to buy. The lever that locks the clamp in place is very simple and may need some elbow grease (it is just plastic on plastic using friction). The notches on the clamp jaws are a nice touch, but I expect them to be a bit fiddly at times. The plastic shouldn't mar surfaces, but I will use some rubber/felt barrier if I think it would be a problem. The hold is fine for my purpose - holding models in place while glue dries and increasing pressure to lessen gaps.

"Good Clamp"
Works very well for gluing plastic structures. Clamps are light weight and does not tip what you are gluing.

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