Today’s blog is a review and showcase of the Stanley Bostitch Manual, and 2 Air Powered Stapling Pliers
First things first!
Are Bostitch Tools Known for Quality?
OK, let’s talk a little about Stanley Bostitch. Bostitch is one of those classic brands, and many people know them by name...
S’been a while since I’ve come out with a new fan-dangled tool review. So I got the gaffer to get some of Rapid’s brand spanking new stapler range - The Rapid Alu900 range. It has a fancy patented Powercurve technologyTM which reduces the force needed to operate hand staplers by 65%.
Developed by physiotherapists, the technology reduces hand and shoulder strain when stapling.
The Alu range has a 53 Series version and a 13 Series version for general purpose and upholstery stapling and also a 140 series version which is better on those fine fabrics, vinyl and leather.
Uses include: Upholstery – Textiles – Carpets – Canvas prints – Netting – Leather - Thin Board - Home decor
We even have a really special introductory offer .....
I'm frequently asked what nail gun would I recommend for the manufacture of fence panels, sheds and garden buildings. Well, I'm going to try and script the sort of advise I'd give to our customers and stick to one brand and on this occasion I'll be with our partners at Tacwise.
The nailers described are air operated so you will require an air compressor and the type of nailer used are coil nailers – simply speaking the nails are formed in a coil in the magazine of the tool as below – simples eh!
Spotnails Maestri ME 4000 is a very highly praised electric stapler within the flooring industry. A lot of electric staplers do get a lot of bad press and with good reason but this manufacturer does buck the trend and also stood the test of time. Read More Read More
Today we are looking at Tacwise 71 Series fine wire upholstery staplers. The models in question are the A7116V standard version and the A7116LN version with an extra long nose for those hard to reach applications.
A good reliable portable compressor, the Bostitch MRC6-U is designed in a Roll Cage construction. The Roll Cage consists of a framework that helps protect the gauges and regulator, which is an important feature if you are the professional on Read More
Hi Chuck again, Let’s look this week at our floor nailing kit. It comes complete with all you need – just add nails!!…..even got it’s own wheeled box for compressor storage. The Compressor A 2HP oil free compressor that is Read More
Hi Chuck here, Let me show you the A6435 Headless Pinner from Tacwise. Ideal for fixing fine beading and mouldings with a 23 Gauge Headless Pin. First Impression It’s very light and easy to handle, coming in at just under Read More
Hi Chuck again, This week we are looking at Arrow’s cable staplers – the T59 and Arrow T72 First Impression They look just like any other stapler on the market but it’s only when you see the staple that you realise Read More
This week let’s have a look at the Tacwise KDH90V Framing Nailer used for 1st Fix joinery – Construction, Decking, Fencing, Timber Framing, Roofing etc. First Impression. A Framing Nailer (sometimes referred to as Strip Nailers and Stick Nailers) has Read More
Hi Chuck again, This week we are looking at the air operated CN70 Coil Nailer – ideal for making and repairing pallets, crates, fencing, decking etc. First Impression Looks and feels like most coil nailers of this range with a Read More
Hi Chuck here, Probably one of the easiest tool reviews to do this week. It’s a great old favourite that’s been around many years; the Fasco 71 Series Upholstery Stapler. We’ve used and serviced this tool over many years and Read More
Chuck here, I’m looking today at the available tools for closing the tops of cartons and we’re looking closely at the Stanley Bostitch range. We find that the stapling of the tops of our cartons gives extra security and confidence Read More
Hi again from Chuck, Large coil nailers take the eye this week – not literally……Health and Safety and all that. This nailer, like all nailers is a powerful tool and should be treated with respect – Stanley Bostitch N400C-1-E. First Impression. It’s not Read More
Welcome again to Chuck’s blog, Today, we’re having a look at the Arrow Electric Brad Nailer. I’m not a great fan of electric tools but I have to say like the ET501 Arrow Stapler this has been around a while Read More
Hi again Chuck here, Nail guns of the future, today! Well, these tools are a real treat – great portability, no gas to refill and the performance of an air tool. Just to explain the tool function – it has a Read More
Hi, Chuck again with another tool review. This time the Trusty 14/50 Framing Stapler. These staplers work in a tough environment. (Similar to our workshop sometimes…) Building framework such as pub seating and chair/ settee framework. There are budget tools Read More
The Poppers Senco 2nd Fix Finish Pro 32 ideal for use with internal trim, skirting boards, architraves etc.Air operated – takes the straight 1.6 Gauge brad or finish nail Read More
Hi Chuck again, We’re having a look today at a Senco angled 2nd fix finish nailer ideal for architrave, skirting, door frames, window casings etc. Nice tool with a good feel (about 2Kg in weight) has alot of the standard features Read More
Hi, Chuck again, Just received the new BF33-2 Battery Framing Nailer from Stanley Bostitch and thought I’d let you in on my findings. This tool gives you the freedom associated with gas-powered nailers but without the expense of purchasing gas Read More
Hi again, Chuck here! After the recent review on Arrow’s first air stapler today I’m reviewing the Arrow ET501 electric combination staple/nail gun. First impression – it comes in that horrible plastic sealed covering that requires scissors, brute strength and Read More
Hi, Chuck again! Today, I have a very unique insight to a brand new fresh off the block stapler produced by Arrow – the PT50 and, I believe, their very first air powered stapler. The T50 (140 series) staple is Read More