A toggle clamp is a versatile and commonly used tool in various woodworking, metalworking, and other applications. It is designed to provide a secure and reliable hold on workpieces, enabling efficient clamping and positioning during cutting, drilling, milling, welding, and other tasks. Toggle clamps consist of a mechanism that utilizes a lever or handle to generate clamping force. The mechanism typically consists of a movable clamping arm, a fixed base or mounting plate, and a toggle linkage that connects the two. When the handle is operated, the toggle linkage converts the input force into a greater clamping force, firmly holding the workpiece in place.