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Larry Jeffus
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List three types of clamps used to temporarily hold parts in place so that they can be tack welded.

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The list of three types of clamps used to temporary hold the parts in place so that they can be tack welded.

Explanation

Numbers of tools are used in assembly to make it easier. Clamps are temporarily tools to hold the parts in place so that they can be tack welded.

Various clamps used to temporarily hold the parts are listed below.

1. C-clamps: C-clamps or G-clamps are commonly used in welding assembly to hold the parts. They come with a variety of sizes and some are specially designed specific to the parts. These clamps are made commonly of cast iron or steel.

2. Bar clamps: Bar clamps are commonly used for clamping large parts. A variety of length is available in bar clamps...

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