It’s My Toolkit here back with another useful article to keep you up to date with this ever-evolving industry.
This time, we’ve decided to take an in-depth look at one of our most popular ranges over here at Stapling and Nailing Supplies – the mighty 71 Series! (a stapler for upholstery)
Following last weeks Tool Fest, I was having a look and a sort in the warehouse and this tool jumped out at me!. These Combination Staplersare really good value and good electric staplers. Less than 40 squid!
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.
Uses include: Upholstery – Textiles – Carpets – Canvas prints – Netting – Leather - Thin Board - Home decor
We even have a really special introductory offer .....
1 - Power
When you’re purchasing an upholstery stapler – make sure to consider what power is needed and what power is available. We would always recommended getting an air powered staple gun (used with a compressor) wherever possible as these have the most reliable power source and are easy to service and maintain. Electric and battery tools are another option for the DIY-ers and up-cyclers, however when used in hard wood they can have difficulty sending the staple all the way in.
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.
Hi, it’s Chuck here!! (The guru from Stapling and Nailing Supplies)
We get a lot of enquiries from people who would like to take up upholstery as a hobby, or maybe a small business start-up, and you know what? They all have 3 things in common – 1. frustration, 2. frustration, and 3. AHHHH FRUSTRATION!!