A spring clamp, also known as a pinch clamp or a hand clamp, is a versatile tool used for holding and securing objects together. It is a simple yet effective device designed for quick and temporary clamping applications. The main feature of a spring clamp is its spring-loaded mechanism. It consists of two handles or jaws connected by a strong, flexible spring. When the handles are squeezed together, the spring compresses, causing the jaws to open. Once released, the spring exerts pressure on the jaws, causing them to close and clamp onto the object being held.