To simplify face-frame cabinet installation, this simultaneously aligns two adjacent cabinets and holds them in position for fastening.
Tightening the main jaws pulls two cabinet stiles snug together (maximum 4" combined thickness); tightening the perpendicular screw drives a broad steel plate that keeps their front edges in alignment. On the side of the clamp body, a pilot guide with a hardened steel bushing lets you pre-drill holes, then swings out of the way as you drive screws to fasten the cabinets together.
At every step, the clamping fixture holds the parts firmly, applying up to 600 lb of clamping force so nothing shifts out of position during the process. Supplied adhesive-backed liners pad the jaws to avoid marring your work.