Ground Clamp for Miller 212

No rocket surgery here. The original ground clamp was this embarssing little copper piece of crap. I didn't take a picture of it because I didn't want to embarass Miller. Suffice to say it was only good for slipping off of anything you wanted to ground.

So, I bought a big chuck of copper and went after it. The two V grooves will obviously clamp round parts in either direction. Most of the time I'm grounded to my welding table and this is a pin attached to one of the legs. Now my ground clamp doesn't fall off very two minutes...neato.

I located the mounting hole location by leaving the bolt out and setting the copper bit in place in the clamp. The round jaw centered up the V groove and I just center punched through the hole where the mounting bolt would go. Then drill, tap, and a perfect fit.