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Kreg clamp table - Automaxx screw loosens and clamp wobbles

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Recently got a clamp table & stand. The automaxx clamps have screws at bottom which fit into track. The screws turn easily and just operating the clamps and turning them seems to cause the screws to loosen and the clamp then wobbles and if left as is would eventually fall off. Kind of seems like a design flaw. Any solution to this? Threadlocker?

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If you don't like Loctite then either changing to a bolt or t-bolt would let you spin the clamp in place to retighten it, you may have to do some grinding to get them to slide and you do defeat the free 360 deg rotation.

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