When it comes to multi-tools for knives and tools, there are a number of options to choose from.

Pipe clamps

The best way to avoid this problem is to use pipe clamps that are not too tight and are wide enough to fit the pieces you're clamping.


However, be sure to use them carefully, as the wrong amount of pressure can cause the boards to bow. Pipe clamps are an essential tool in any workshop. They are very flexible and provide an excellent hold when clamping wood. Most models are adjustable and have a head screw that allows them to move up or down 60 mm, or about 2-3/8 inches. The head screw also allows you to adjust the tension of the clamp by a few millimeters or inches.

spring clamps

There are two basic types of pipe clamps: spring clamps and handscrew clamps. The former works similarly to clothespins, but has more stability and force. Both types are available in different sizes and are cheap.



Handscrew clamps, on the other hand, are made of hardwood and have long threaded screws. They are a better choice for odd-shaped pieces because they distribute pressure evenly over the two jaws.

Tack hammers

Tack hammers can also be used for cabinet work, carpentry, and any other project where tiny nails are needed. Moreover, these clamps can be rotated to a 45-degree angle, making them more ergonomically-designed for ease of use.

Fixed blades

Fixed blades in knives and other tools are useful for a variety of tasks. They are often better than folding blades for critical tasks that require a hard-use blade.


These types of knives are especially useful for outdoor activities and survival situations. In addition, they can be cleaned more easily and last longer than folding blades.


Fixed blade

Fixed blade knives provide a strong cutting edge, making them useful for cutting tougher materials. They also feature a tang that anchors the blade to the handle to prevent it from shifting.

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Folding blades

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