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Patent Issued for Driving Device for Resetting Hitting Nail Bar of Pneumatic Nail Gun

Or, rather, they come with 3/8-inch pneumatic hoses attachedworking with a finish gun usually means lugging around a cumbersome compressor tethered to a tube. But finish guns are changing. There are now a variety of cordless options available, each with a different fuel source. So how do they measure up to the traditional air-powered gun?
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“In the conventional technology of driving the hitting nail bar to move upwardly to reset, one example is a pneumatically operated fastener drive device disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 5,911,351. In this patent, an air chamber (also called a resilient air chamber) having a determined volume is disposed at the peripheral of the cylinder. The air chamber collects the high-pressure air having a limited volume, which is introduced from the top cylinder chamber during the downward movement of the piston.
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