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TOTD (tool of the day) V4

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  • #735978
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    Charlie
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    #735986

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    They definitely are a time saver , I eventually will buy the cordless model , just not sure what platform yet.

    #735989
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    What brand is that Charlie? I have a little electric Arrow stapler from many years ago, and it’s a POS. Or is that one you have for crown staples?

    @cmeyer25

    #735994
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    What brand is that Charlie? I have a little electric Arrow stapler from many years ago, and it’s a POS. Or is that one you have for crown staples?

    @cmeyer25

    It’s Arrow brand. It was about $35 at Lowes and so far it’s been great. I love the bump fire set up.

    Charlie
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    #735995
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    What brand is that Charlie? I have a little electric Arrow stapler from many years ago, and it’s a POS. Or is that one you have for crown staples?

    @cmeyer25

    It’s Arrow brand. It was about $35 at Lowes and so far it’s been great. I love the bump fire set up.

    Oh, but I guess being pneumatic it has way more power than my very old electric Arrow stapler. I’d just be using my wacker tacker if needed then.

    #736019
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    What brand is that Charlie? I have a little electric Arrow stapler from many years ago, and it’s a POS. Or is that one you have for crown staples?

    @cmeyer25

    It’s Arrow brand. It was about $35 at Lowes and so far it’s been great. I love the bump fire set up.

    Oh, but I guess being pneumatic it has way more power than my very old electric Arrow stapler. I’d just be using my wacker tacker if needed then.

    Seems to have plenty – I had to dial back the psi so I wasn’t blasting through the paper facing on the insulation I installed a couple weeks back and that was with 3/8” deep staples into 2×4. It also had no problem at all getting all the staples flush to the surface in OSB flooring.

    Charlie
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    #736021
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    What brand is that Charlie? I have a little electric Arrow stapler from many years ago, and it’s a POS. Or is that one you have for crown staples?

    @cmeyer25

    It’s Arrow brand. It was about $35 at Lowes and so far it’s been great. I love the bump fire set up.

    Oh, but I guess being pneumatic it has way more power than my very old electric Arrow stapler. I’d just be using my wacker tacker if needed then.

    Seems to have plenty – I had to dial back the psi so I wasn’t blasting through the paper facing on the insulation I installed a couple weeks back and that was with 3/8” deep staples into 2×4. It also had no problem at all getting all the staples flush to the surface in OSB flooring.

    Definitely sounds a lot better than it’s electric cousin. I should just Goodwill my old one.

    #736027
    RonW
    Pro
    Holladay, Tn

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    I’ve got that same little stapler. Does a good job. Mine likes a little extra air tool oil than most of my pneumatic guns. If yours starts dry firing add a little extra oil.

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #736028
    Sorpa
    Pro
    Pierrefonds, Qc

    The TOTD was my 36″ wrecking bar JET.
    I removed the basement windows very easily.

    #736042
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    I’ve got that same little stapler. Does a good job. Mine likes a little extra air tool oil than most of my pneumatic guns. If yours starts dry firing add a little extra oil.

    Thanks for the tip – I’ve been using a lot of oil recently as I’ve had a few jams on other tools so now I’m much more religious about it than I used to be!

    Charlie
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    #736047
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    I’ve got that same little stapler. Does a good job. Mine likes a little extra air tool oil than most of my pneumatic guns. If yours starts dry firing add a little extra oil.

    I would not have just ordered one for $44 CAD from Amazon just now without you guys sharing such based on my experience with my crappy electric one. Thanks guys!

    I know I’ve wanted to use my elctric one on occasion, but unless it was stapling toilet tissue to styrofoam, I knew it was most likely just an exercise in frustration.

    #736070
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    Looks like a nice stapler, but for real convenience check out Milwaukee’s 12V cordless stapler, no hose to drag around.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC
    (and also the World's Fastest Poster)

    #736073

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    Looks like a nice stapler, but for real convenience check out Milwaukee’s 12V cordless stapler, no hose to drag around.

    That’s what I’m looking for , I just don’t think it’s as fast as the pneumatic ones , but for my needs the cordless Milwaukee is looking good.

    #736074
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    I am loving this little pneumatic stapler! It was so easy to put down this moisture barrier before starting on the hardwood.

    Looks like a nice stapler, but for real convenience check out Milwaukee’s 12V cordless stapler, no hose to drag around.

    Does it bump fire?

    Charlie
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    #736085

    While working on picture frame miters I found my saddle squares to be the tools of the day.

    Will

    #736100
    Sorpa
    Pro
    Pierrefonds, Qc

    While working on picture frame miters I found my saddle squares to be the tools of the day.

    First time I’m seeing them.
    Useful as a jig or or just a gimmick?

    #736112

    While working on picture frame miters I found my saddle squares to be the tools of the day.

    First time I’m seeing them.
    Useful as a jig or or just a gimmick?

    As I’m definitely not a woodworker , I’ve never seen or used them either
    Stupid question how are they used

    #736333
    Sorpa
    Pro
    Pierrefonds, Qc

    My TOTD was a Bostitch stapler that helped me with some aluminum siding.

    #736371
    Doobie
    Moderator

    By far, TOTD was my Bosch 1773AK 5 inch concrete surface grinder levelling a concrete pier for a lamp post that certainly needs to level.

    #736606
    GTokley
    Pro
    Madoc, ON

    I would have to say my TOTD is my FL12 Led Light when I have been working on Heat Recovery Ventilator. It is the right size for working tight area. I have used my 18V Led light too.

    Greg

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