I get all of mine at auctions and such. I have 50 or more from 1" up to 6 or 7 foot long pipe clamps and use them a lot for wood, not so often for metal as I don't have those skills. When I am gluing together layers of wood to make a banjo neck I may use 15 clamps to make sure I get maximum pressure over the whole area. I have some good clamps and some not so good, but often they can be had in box lots pretty cheap. I also would check with scrap yards, at least around here they get a lot of tools and some will sell them back. Pawn shops are also a possibility. I bought 6 assorted clamps off Craigslist yesterday, they were only about 7 miles away. I also have a couple of Vise-Grip clamps that I have used when taking things to be welded, they are handy and have a large clearance around the jaw. Zach
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