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Number: 144/307
Name: Woodworking > Bench dog > Clamping
Description: Bench dog adapted to grip the work which rests upon a workbench between two opposing jaws.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6530302 Cabinetmaking system Mar. 11, 2003
6360798 Router tables Mar. 26, 2002
6196285 Wooden work bench top with full length hydraulic vise Mar. 6, 2001
6148881 Workbench Nov. 21, 2000
6065604 Article holding tray May. 23, 2000
5871098 Article holding tray Feb. 16, 1999
5862731 Multifunctional workbench for woodworking Jan. 26, 1999
5816300 Woodworking jig Oct. 6, 1998
5709256 Workbench, in particular as a teaching aid in the form of an ergonomically designed multipurpose workbench Jan. 20, 1998
5385183 Tool for producing straight edge Jan. 31, 1995











 
 
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