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But plastic and a soldering iron, and the more so a soldering fan - things incompatible.
Therefore, I made my version of the clamp out of available materials, which are not affected by high temperatures.
The only plastic parts are the swing and cork.
The basis is Wenge oak
Aluminum profile rail - 15 2 70mm
Aluminum tubes with a diameter of 6 1 38 mm - 2 pcs, and 6 1 15 mm - 1 pcs
Stainless steel pin diameter 2 mm length 30mm
Rolling shaft diameter 3 mm length 24 mm
Threaded stud M4, And the spring is suitable in size, as well as nut butterfly M4
Countersunk head screws M3 * 6mm
The compounds are glued together with epoxy resin
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