“I have seldom had
experience with
a company with
such careful attention
to customer
Although I am sure
my orders are
smaller than most,
your products have
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My thanks to
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Dave S.,
Cape Elizabeth, Maine



vac·u·um / 'va-(.)kyüm
From the Latin vacuus for "empty". Vacuum is defined as a region with pressure much less than atmospheric pressure.

Vacuum clamping is the use of atmospheric pressure
against a closed flexible container or bag under vacuum
to exert a constant external clamping force.

Vacuum Flow Chart 1   •   Vacuum Flow Chart 2   •   Vacuum Comparison Chart  •  Vacuum vs. Clamping Pressure

            HomepageVIDEOtipsRed75Luthier/instructor Robert O'Brien
on the use of
Vacuum Fixtures.