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Synonyms for clamp

Synonyms for clamp

a device (generally used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together

fasten or fix with a clamp

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impose or inflict forcefully

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Universally usable for all molds Another advantage is that by using magnetic clamping technology, all mold sizes and shapes, even those which are not standardized, can be quickly positioned and clamped.
The workpieces stay safely clamped even when the air hoses are disconnected and the work can be moved without being tethered to the air line.
The fabric was clamped in place by a special device that ensured exact positioning.
In roughly one-third of the 69 full-term births, obstetrician Ruben Grajeda, then of the Institute of Nutrition for Central America and Panama, or a colleague clamped shut the umbilical cord immediately.
Clamped dimension to the 70mm--there will be no manipulation with parts, which will overreach this dimension.