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  • "Boomer" Pro Bar Clamp and Guide Fence System

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MLCS Boomer Clamp
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An obstruction free guide fence for routing and sawing, and more.

Lightweight Aluminum Extrusion is dead straight, flat, and strong – perfect for glue ups!

  • Boomer Pro is a Smooth Quick Action one hand operation bar clamp
  • Ability to create "back-to-back" clamp relationship with the clamps either vertically or side-by-side
  • Virtually eliminates side to side movement common in other clamps
  • Two accessory T-Tracks are milled into the top surface of each side the clamp.
  • Measuring Rule is mounted on top surface of the clamp.
  • Fully adjustable from 0" to total clamp capacity.
  • Mechanism is heat treated steel, for long wear and positive clamping action.
  • Square face jaws are high impact ABS.
  • Hardware kit for adding accessories available.

    Boomer Pro 24" Bar Clamp

    Regular item number: (#9951)

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    SALE! While supplies last BOOMER PRO ACCESSORIES

    90° T-Square Head
    Now your Boomer Pro clamp can multi-task as an extra-large T-square. Just cap the clamp end with this large 90° head and lock in place with 2 screws. Make 90° cuts quickly and easily by aligning the clamp square with the edge of your stock. Regular item number: (#9957)
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    Back-To-Back Adaptor Kit
    Use 2 Boomer Pro clamps back-to-back. Eight block/nut assemblies slide into the Boomer Pro clamps to lock them back-to-back. Clamp the bottom Boomer Pro clamp to your workbench and your workpiece into the top clamp. Great for sanding or refinishing large panels or doors. Regular item number: (#9959)

    Hardware Kit
    Now you can add your own jigs, stop blocks and featherboards to your Boomer Pro Clamps with this hardware Kit. The kit includes six Special 1/4" x 20tpi T-nuts to fit the T-Track on the top of the Boomer Bar Clamp, six 3/8" long Studded Star Locking Knobs, six Steel Washers and six Nylon Washers.

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    Great clamp/guide (5/5), Jun 25, 2018

    By Holly Helton (Salyersville KY US)

    The clamp is great the 90 degree t square accessory really is great a lot easier 2 square up the clamp I even use the clamp 4 glue ups there r endless uses drill press fence router table fence and the router guide is great 4 grooves/dados I just need the smaller size and saw guide

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    • Power Tool Cutting Guide

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    This cutting guide will easily handle large sheet goods.

    The two 55" long extrusions can be joined together using the included connector, which is extra-long to prevent the two joined extrusions from flexing under pressure. The cutting guide is secured to the work piece by a pair of one hand adjustable toggle clamps that slide in the underside of the aluminum extrusion.

    Power Tool Cutting Guide


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    25 Piece Sanding Drum Kit

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    Can't afford a track saw (5/5), Dec 3, 2020

    By Del Kelso (Saint Charles Mi US)

    this guide is the next best thing to a track saw. i made a mounting plate for my circular saw that sets in the grooves on this track. cuts are straight and perfect every time.

    Not as simple as I thought (4/5), Oct 17, 2019

    By William Nelson (QUITMAN LA US)

    I've had this guide for a while now, but haven't used it a lot yet. Getting the saw attached to the base properly has been somewhat of a hassle. There aren't any instructions needed for the guide itself, but surely could have used some guidance on mounting the saw to the plate. I had decided to dedicate an old Craftsman corded saw to this application. My goal was to mount it exactly parallel to the guide strip and at an easily set distance from the blade to the guide to make it easier to set up for use. I think it's as close to parallel as I can get, but the distance deal didn't work out. I guess I didn't measure properly, or didn't make the proper allowance for the offset from the edge of the guide track to the edge of the mounting plate when locating the saw on the plate. The result is that I don't have an even 6" offset that I was seeking. I assume the manufacturer has gone through the process many times, and I would have greatly appreciated a bit of guidance. It's a one-time project for users, but has probably done many times by the manufacturer. I do like the fact that the saw can't wander from the edge of the track, as happened periodically on my former edge guide. When I'm leaning across a sheet of plywood, that's very greatly appreciated. There's quite a bit of friction between the guide and the plate, but that will probably loosen a bit with more usage. I tried it on a project that wasn't very demanding, but set it up with a lot of care as if it were, for when it will be demanding. It came out OK, but with lots of fussing. I'm planning to make a gauge block to make it easier to measure the distance to the blade on future projects. I'm sure it will get better with practice. I did learn that a single section of the guide won't attach well to a 49" length, even though the sections are 55" long. The way the clamps are mounted prevents them from working properly when they're hanging off the end of the extrusion.I had to rearrange my setup to make more room for both guides fastened end-to-end.

    Power Tool Cutting Guide #9948 (5/5), Jan 24, 2018

    By Del Kelso (Saint Charles MO US)

    A value alternative to an expensive tracksaw. the tool guide is made from a heavy aluminum extrusion, very rigid. joining two tracks together is likewise rock solid. the clamps work very well and are a very good quality, also rock solid.

    i built my own saw mounting plate out of shop scraps and plan to mount some cleats perpendicular to the track as an aid to squaring the guides on the edge of stock. also plan to glue a block on the underside of track to hold the allen key used to join tracks together.

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