A cabinet clamp is a tool used in woodworking and cabinetry to hold two pieces of wood together while glue dries or while screws are being inserted. In kitchen cabinetry, cabinet clamps are commonly used to hold together the frame and the panels of cabinets until the glue dries.
Cabinet clamps typically consist of two clamping jaws that are attached to a long bar or rod. The clamping jaws are designed to grip onto the edges of the wood and apply pressure to hold them tightly together. The bar or rod can be adjusted to fit different sizes of cabinets or panels, making cabinet clamps a versatile tool for carpenters and cabinet makers.