My original clamp seems to have gone missing, or is camera shy, however I’ve photoshopped an sample of what I had build and was using to hang.
One end of the string stays tied to the clamp and the other has a loop big enough to hook onto the other side of the clamp, after looping through whatever you’re using for weight.
There are a couple kinds of glue guns here in Canada, Hot and Cool versions, both are easy to find and cheap (here anyway). I don’t know about the “cool” version but the idea is basically a substance that is very rigid at room temperature, but when heated will bond to the surface it cools onto, then again becoming rigid as it cools. the glue comes in “sticks” that feed into back of the gun.
I have a Hot Glue system which needs to heat the glue up quite a bit and hurts a lot to the touch (try not to touch) but cools in about 10 seconds. The tip of the gun stays hot so it can be used to mold the glue in place. even after it cools you can reheat it an smooth it out. holding it over an external heat source would probably work too to smooth out the surface (just not too hot to melt the clamp!)
Hope that helps!
Interesting, a quick release hanger that can be used for both hanging and clamping without wrap. I’m a big fan of easy on easy off, the one thing I don’t like about the Bib.
Keep us posted on how this works for you.
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