A: Most definitely! This nailer is amazing! We built a fence using this. My son and I had a blast trying different nails and we were astounded that it nailed a 60 penny into our 4x4 fence post just like a hot knife through butter! Check out this video for product useage. https://youtu.be/pfyk_X7TpUI
A: 1st Gen. Our second Gen model will be out early in 2021. This is a fantastic tool.
A: Not sure. But you need a air compressor to work with it. It is a great hammer tool, particularly in places you are unable to reach by hands or hammer.
A: The mini palm nailer is designed to drive framing nails and nails with a flat round head. With finish and trim nails there is a very high likelihood that the nails will continually get wedged or jammed in the hammer mechanism.
A: Technically, it should work but the complication you may run into is the pointed tip of the nail getting wedged inside the chamber where the flat head of the nail goes. This tool is available specifically for that purpose. Numax Nail Punch / Remover SPNNR: https://www.homedepot.com/p/NuMax-Pneumatic-9-Gauge-to-14-Gauge-Punch-Nailer-Nail-Remover-SPNNR/308547929
A: In theory, yes. In practise? There are better options. The problem with these for that purpose is twofold: 1. The piston within the shaft was designed to, if you'll pardon the expression, "hit the nail on the head". That is, the tolerances (gap between the piston and shaft wall) offers a bit of slop. This is fine for hitting a nail INTO wood; the nail considerately provides a nice flat head upon which to get purchase. Unless you have very steady hands, however, you run the risk of the point shifting into the gap the aforementioned slop leaves, and wedging the two together. 2. These aren't like a nailgun. It's not a "WHA-BAM!" it's more like a "tappy-tap-tap!" Depending on the gauge and material of the nail, you run the risk of simply bending over (or worse, accordion-crumpling) the nail, particularly if the hole the nail has been countersunk into is obstructed by something (paint, splinters, debris, dirt, an eyelash, direct sunlight, gasses other than pure Hydrogen... almost anything really). It would probably work a treat if the nail remains dead straight and its entrance hole was free and clear... but then, so would a $7 hammer.
|Name||Pneumatic Mini Palm Nailer with Cushion Hand Grip and Magnetic Tip||2nd Generation Pneumatic Mini Palm Nailer with Magnetic Tip and 1/4 in. NPT Air Connector||Pneumatic Mini Palm Nailer||0 Degree Mini Impact Palm Nailer|
|Maximum Fastener Size||3-1/2 in||4 in||3-1/2 in||6 in|
|Minimum Fastener Size||1 in||2 in||1 in||1-1/4 in|
|Nail Angle||0 degree||0 degree||0 degree||0 degree|
|Nailer Features||Comfort Grip||Comfort Grip||Comfort Grip||No Features|
|Voltage (v)||No Voltage||No Voltage||No Voltage||20v|
|THD SO SKU||1000131582||1000463436|
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