StewMac PC Board Holder

StewMac PC Board Holder


StewMac PC Board Holder

Item # 0500
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StewMac PC Board Holder

About This Item

Make your delicate PCB work easy!
Working on small PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) is intricate work. One small slip can ruin a trace or melt a fragile component. You need both hands for these jobs, and holding your work steady is important for a clean connection (and so you don't burn yourself!).

Our PC Board Holder is adjustable to hold most PCBs and even small amp turret boards. The spring-loaded adjustable arms hold boards securely with notches for the most common sizes. Each notch is tapered to lock the board in place. The entire holder opens to a maximum of 7.87" (199.89mm) for larger boards.

Locks AND rotates for the perfect angle
The holder locks in four places to your board so it won't slip, slide, or move when you are working. You can rotate the board 360-degrees to find the perfect angle to work—even on a crowded board.

Perfect for our Pedal Kits
If you've ever worked on pedals, amps, piezo systems, or active preamps you'll save yourself the heartbreak and headache of accidentally destroying your work.

    Custom arms holds PCBs in four common thicknesses:
  • 5/64" (1.98mm)
  • 3/32" (2.38mm)
  • 1/8" (3.17mm)
  • 5/32" (3.9mm)

Max opening 7.87" (199.89mm). Some assembly required.

Never melt your work again!

Working on amps? Our Mojotone Amplifier Chassis Stand is perfect for holding larger chassis.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

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Awesome 3rd hand


Verified Buyer

I don't do a lot of circuit boards,but I do wire a lot of pickguards! What a help!Any angle and very sturdy.I couldn't believe the weight of this thing when I took it out of the box.No cheap crap here!


Does the trick perfectly


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Exactly what you need for a small (pedal-sized) PCB. One of the clamps is spring loaded so you move the legs a little too close together and then pull back the movable clamp to ensure a good grip on the PCB.