I've seen a product you can buy like that but it is slotted on the base to slide onto weld on T shaped lugs. Then it's easy to remove to put on another T lug. You knock the lugs off after you're finished. Welding nuts on a piece of heavier plate in an L shape and using a bolt as a hold down is common. Most people call them s_crew dogs. When you weld them on, you put the weld on the front edge(inside) as that's where the force is. Then they're real easy to break off after you're finished. Loosen the clamp so there's some space between your work piece and either pull it forward or whack it with a hammer and the weld will rip off. Sometimes you have to twist it back and forth if you put a big weld on it. On your clamp you could cut off the plate sticking out the back of the clamp cause it isn't needed. If you welded that side down to clamp, it would just bend up using the weld like a hinge when you applied clamp pressure. Putting the weld on the inside, you'd be surprised how much the weld will hold.
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