How to Use a Rockwell Jawhorse How to Use a Rockwell Jawhorse
If you are interested in purchasing a Rockwell Jawhorse, or even if you have already acquired one, you may be interested in learning how one works or what can be done with it. The Rockwell Jawhorse is a very versatile tool that can be used for a wide variety of applications. However, everything that can be done with it is fundamentally similar, and once you understand how to operate it, you should have no trouble finding your own uses for it.
Setting up the Rockwell Jawhorse is quite simple. Simply unfold it and lock it into position and you are ready to go. Once it is set up, you can use its pedal to tighten its grip on whatever material you need held firmly in place.
The Rockwell Jawhorse can be used in place of any clamps, vises or workbench with a little creativity. For example, you can use a Rockwell Jawhorse to hold lumber, stock, or firewood in place for cutting. You can also use it in the place of a vise for bending pipe.
However, the uses for a Rockwell Jawhorse are not limited to those listed here. By using your creativity you will be able to come up with the best uses for a Rockwell Jawhorse.