Cordless Electric Palm Nailer Works In Tight Areas.

(Archive News Story – Products mentioned in this Archive News Story may or may not be available from the manufacturer.) Original Press Release USA Milwaukee Introduces Industry’s First M12(TM) Cordless Palm Nailer MILWAUKEE, WI – Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation continues to expand their M12(TM) LITHIUM-ION system with the introduction of the industry’s first cordless palm nailer. This ground-breaking advancement in technology delivers the performance professionals have come to expect from pneumatic nailers without the burden of hauling a hose and compressor. “A revolutionary impacting mechanism and new cutting edge battery technology combine to deliver unmatched performance,” says Corey Dickert, Associate Product Manager, Cordless for Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation. “Not only is this tool capable of driving a 16D 3-1/2” nail in under 2 seconds, it will also deliver impressive run time at up to 100 of these nails per charge.
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Max Rebar Tiers, Tire Wire and Accessories Now at Nail Gun Depot

All units feature a very similar heavy duty design. Specific features include a lithium ion battery that gets 2,000 ties per charge, brushless twisting motor to maximize durability, extremely ergonomic design to prevent wrist injury, auto shutoff, belt hook, and new blow out channels for ease of cleaning. These Max rebar tying tools work excellent for commercial buildings, road and bridge construction, foundations, precast plants, bridges, radiant heating tubes, electrical conduits, sandbags, and is also great for fastening rebar to pour concrete. The full line up of wire ties and accessories are also available.
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DeWALT Cordless Nail Gun Recall

The potentially defective DeWALT Brad Nailers were manufactured in Mexico and sold throughout the United States between October 2007 through May 2008 for approximately $280 each. The DeWALT nail gun can used in a variety of construction and home building applications. The manufacturer designed the nail gun to consistently penetrate nails into both hard and soft joints. It can be used in a sequential operating mode for precise placements or in the bump operating mode to drive nails at a higher rate of speed. The DeWALT Brad Nailer can accept nails ranging in lengths from 5/8 to 2, and has a unique 12-position dial, so that the user can easily adjust the depth settings, which sets it apart from most other nail guns. It also contains a top cap that is easy to remove and is resistant to impact. Owners of the DeWALT DC608 Cordless Brad Nailer have been advised to stop using the nail gun immediately and to contact DeWALT for information on the nearest service center for a free repair of the product.
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