I'm for anything that makes my job
easier. The chalk line clamp invented by Albert Cruz of Kansas does
just that. I've been at this for nearly thirty years, and had accepted
the fact that a slipping chalk line was just part of the job.
I may be an old dog, but I have been taught a new trick. If you are
tired of slipping chalk lines, waiting on someone to hold the other end,
or driving a nail to hook it on. You owe it to yourself to at least have a look at the v-lineclamp .
The chalk line clamp works on any flat material 1/4" to 7/8" thick. Plans are in the works for a vline clamp that will work on building materials up to 1 1/2".
Types of Materials
I tested the clamp on several different types of material and found
it to work amazingly well. The only fault I could find is that I didn't
think of it myself.
It works on 3/4" tongue and groove flooring, cement board, OSB, Celotex, virtually any flat material 1/4" to 7/8" thick.
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