I think that it is often convenient for woodworking for woodworking points (although it can not be tightened strongly) to be clamped anywhere in the footprint 80 mm (although it is not perfectly parallel) with a point clamped in parallel. I would like to distinguish it from the F clamp (powerful type) when strongly tightening.
Looking at the making, is this price for now? I thought, but it is well done. He restrained me firmly on the plane. Instead of holding down firmly at the time of tightening, the jaw's slide is becoming difficult to move, so if you do not move it to a size that you use to a certain extent with a temporary work etc., you can not work quickly at tightening. I felt that I needed a knack when sliding, but it is easy if I get used to it.
Although it has not reached full-fledged use, it will be transmitted sufficiently if you are touching proper functionalities such as tightening strength while maintaining right angle and tightening. I'm looking forward to the future.