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Cassese clamp type

Postby Ed209 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:31 pm

I have a CS200 and have been experimenting with the various clamp rubbers and so far found the hard green round bung the best particularly as you can get away with out using the spacer bar for less tall mouldings
Just wondering what others prefer and tend to use as there default one.


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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby theframer » Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:51 pm

The Green bung is for hard mouldings and can mark soft ones my default is the white triangle,
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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby Steve N » Fri Apr 20, 2018 9:09 am

Mine is the yellow, very rarely do I use the green one for hard wood, must be around 6-7 years since I last used it
I never use the spacer bar if the moulding come up to the top of the blocks, never use it on any of the D&J Simons FEST range
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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby grahamdown » Fri Apr 20, 2018 10:23 am

I love this one as

https://www.lionpic.co.uk/p/13263/Lion- ... or-Cassese


(a) its easy to remove whilst clamping moulding to ensure perfect alignment

(b) together with the white presser its ideal for tray frames without having to alter the height - Lions for the inner part and white one for the edge.
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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby Steve N » Fri Apr 20, 2018 10:32 am

I just have a block of wood for popping to fill the gap when joining tray frames :clap:
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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby David McCormack » Fri Apr 20, 2018 10:37 am

Black triangle for me, but most of my mouldings are flat/square hardwood profiles.
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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby Ed209 » Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:31 pm

grahamdown wrote:I love this one as

https://www.lionpic.co.uk/p/13263/Lion- ... or-Cassese


(a) its easy to remove whilst clamping moulding to ensure perfect alignment

(b) together with the white presser its ideal for tray frames without having to alter the height - Lions for the inner part and white one for the edge.

You lost me what is the “White one” for the edge? [emoji45]


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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby Steve N » Sat Apr 21, 2018 1:28 pm

Forgot to say, you can just experiment to see what works best for you, in fact that goes for most things in framing, it's how I learned, read it up in books and adapted for the way I work :clap:
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Re: Cassese clamp type

Postby grahamdown » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:20 pm

Sorry for the delayed reply Ed.

the inner part of the moulding is pinned using the Lion's presser which is quite deep and the outer using the white shallow trianglular one as you just slide out the Lions one and insert the white - saves having to adjust the height of the presser arm.
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