[thingauser] has made a tool to solve one of their specific problems, but this design is also a good way to turn the C-clip into a light shaft press for the poor.
The problem they encounter is that they often need to press nuts and bearings into other parts. Some type of media is indeed the best tool for this work, but instead of buying media, they chose their own solutions. By designing and 3D printing the adapter of ordinary 4-inch C-clip, a simple light press was born.
Of course, the handle on the fixture must be turned to raise and lower the movable jaw, which is not the fastest operation. But the real value of this design is that the clamp can now stand on the table by itself, allowing the operator to operate the part to be pressed with one hand and twist the handle of the clamp with the other hand. In this process, a third hand is not required to maintain the stability of the clamp itself. As a reward, it can print without support and fixture fixed with zipper belt; No other fasteners or glue are required.
Not all C-clamps are the same, so the frame for installing the [thinguser] clamp may not be suitable for others. In these cases, it is preferable to be able to access not only STL files, but also versions of portable CAD formats (such as step) for easy modification. However, there are still some ways to make incorrect changes to STL.