The Best Clamp for Scroll Sawing Compound Cuts

Spring Clamp Holding a Compound Cut Reindeer Together for Compound Cutting on a Scroll Saw


If you are a scroller, you know how frustrating having your workpiece move while cutting can be. Especially when it comes to scrolling compound cuts, the clamp you use can make all the difference in the world when it comes to the accuracy and precision of your cuts.

After trying various clamps, I discovered that the spring clamp is the best clamp for scroll sawing compound cuts. Not just any spring clamp, but one with a strong spring that can take up the slack as you cut. The larger spring clamps worked best as they stayed in place and aligned the parts.

One of the main advantages of using a spring clamp for scroll sawing is that it will not damage the blade if you accidentally hit the clamp. Many spring clamps are made of plastic composites. If you should hit one of these clamps with a scroll saw blade, the blade would not be damaged.

In conclusion, if you are looking for the best clamp for scroll sawing compound cuts, consider using a spring clamp with a strong spring. Look for larger clamps to stay in place and align your workpiece. Using the right clamp, you can take your scroll sawing skills to the next level and achieve more accurate and precise cuts


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