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Modèle # DWHT75021 Internet # 1001044126

L'agrafeuse polyvalente électrique de DEWALT charge un grand nombre d'agrafes et de clous de vitriers parmi des clous de vitrier et des clous de vitrier sans tête de calibre18 robustes, étroits et câblés. En raison du grand nombre d'agrafes et de clous de vitrier compatibles avec l'agrafeuse polyvalente électrique, cet outil peut être utilisé pour de nombreuses applications telles que l'installation d'un tapis, de revêtements isolants et la fixation d'une garniture légère à l'aide des clous de vitrier, pour n'en nommer que quelques-unes. Cette agrafeuse se recharge par le bas et rend le chargement convivial.

  1. Cadran de réglage de la puissance
  1. Capacités d'empilage multiples
  1. Poignée ergonomique
  1. Chargement de l'agrafe inférieure
  1. Guide-fil intégré
  1. Offre plus de contrôle et d'entrée à l'utilisateur final
  1. Même poignée ergonomique éprouvée que celle utilisée sur les outils électriques DEWALT de pointe de l'industrie.
  1. S'assurer que les pattes des agrafes tirent autour du fil, et non à travers le fil.

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
4.1
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4.1
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
9.1
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
9.1
Poids assemblé (en livres)
3.56
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
3.56
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
12.3
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
12.3

Détails

Nombre de pièces dans l'ensemble
1
Pays d'origine
TW-Taiwan
Type de produit
Agrafeuse ultrarésistante

Garanties et certifications

Garantie à vie limitée. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez contacter le service clientèle de DEWALT : 1-800-4DeWALT (1-800-433-9258)
Multi-empileur et cloueur bradical électrique 5-en-1DEWALT Multi-empileur et cloueur bradical électrique 5-en-1L'agrafeuse polyvalente électrique de DEWALT charge un grand nombre d'agrafes et de clous de vitriers parmi des clous de vitrier et des clous de vitrier sans tête de calibre18 robustes, étroits et câblés. En raison du grand nombre d'agrafes et de clous de vitrier compatibles avec l'agrafeuse polyvalente électrique, cet outil peut être utilisé pour de nombreuses applications telles que l'installation d'un tapis, de revêtements isolants et la fixation d'une garniture légère à l'aide des clous de vitrier, pour n'en nommer que quelques-unes. Cette agrafeuse se recharge par le bas et rend le chargement convivial.
DEWALT
1001044126
CAD992024-04-19
Home Depot Canada
Multi-empileur et cloueur bradical électrique 5-en-1 est évalué 3.5 de 5 de 507.
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Rated 1 de 5 de par Disappointed I purchased this after my old electric staple gun died. I started off using 3/8" staples to tack down vapour barrier on wood studs and joists. It wouldn't sink the 3/8" staples far enough so I switched to 1/4" staples (using a full strip each time). About 1 out of every 5 staples shoots one side into the wood but somehow the other side sticks straight out. After countless scratches on my hands from finding these backwards staples, I started stapling with a set of pliers to pull out the staple before I jabbed myself. This was the most expensive staple gun. I assumed that the price, and the Dewalt name meant that I was going to get a quality product.
Date de publication: 2020-10-23
Rated 1 de 5 de par garbage - do not buy I just wanted a stapler to drive T25 staples to hold wire fencing to pressure treated lumber. Got home, loaded the 1/2” T25 staples which have a rounded top to go around low voltage wires. Tried them in a piece of pressure treated lumber and it smashed them flat and could not bury into the lumber. What good is a nice rounded staple if it smashes them flat? It would damage your wire. Maybe its ok for stapling wires to sheetrock but forget about lumber. Dewalt failed on this one. Note in the photo I attached how the staple looks before driven and then how it is smashed. Note left side did not penetrate wood at all.
Date de publication: 2021-07-25
Rated 1 de 5 de par Doesn't work great I bought last year and only used it a few times. It does NOT drive the staple or brad completely into the wood. I guess it would be nice to use if nailing something into styrofoam. I'm a retired contractor. I learned a long time ago not to buy cheap tools. But I thought with the DeWalt name it would work properly. I used mostly for brads so I can finish driving them in all the way but certainly doesn't work the way it should. And yes, I had pressure set to highest number. I wish I hadn't sold all my "contractor" shop tools. Oh well. Funny thing - I still have all my mechanics tools I started buying in the late 1960's and all of them work well.
Date de publication: 2020-11-26
Rated 5 de 5 de par Reliable staple gun Wanted a reliable electric staple gun that doesn't jam. I have two compressors but occassionally would have a small job so an electric staple gun is perfect. Dewalt did a good job! Fired off over 100 staples, 3/8 inch, and not a single jam. All went into plywood nicely with vinyl foam wrapping. The power adjustment was only half way. Didn't even have to set it to max. Had older staple guns before but they jam, misfire, or not enough power. Loaned it to people and never came back. I guess it's a blessing in disguise. Forced me to buy a new one. Dewalt is by far much better. Was a little concerned reading all the reviews but it worked great for me.
Date de publication: 2017-08-08
Rated 4 de 5 de par I bought this product as an addition to my R&D prototyping shop to quickly tack together small th... I bought this product as an addition to my R&D prototyping shop to quickly tack together small things that are being glued. It works great for just that. Its able to put 5/8in brad nails through plywood up to 1/2in thick if you stabilize the back with both hands. Once you get into sheets of plastics and other materials you need a little more power. Overall, it serves its purpose as an inexpensive solution to tack small things together while gluing up.
Date de publication: 2016-11-01
Rated 4 de 5 de par This tool can be made to do the work, but... This tool can be made to do the work, but there is a learning curve associated with it. The curve is a result of the staples being driven about 3/8ths of an inch behind the front of the stapler. The user needs to make certain the stapler is lined up with the place the staple/brad needs to go, otherwise problems will result. This is especially important when tacking wire. The wire guide, which functions as a safety, needs to be placed on the wire, and the body of the tool aligned with the wire in order to avoid stapling through the wire. This tool will not place a staple in a corner. It also has difficulty driving staples in hard lumber.
Date de publication: 2018-12-12
Rated 1 de 5 de par It's going back I got this to save my hands, but my manual one works better! Turned all the way to the "max" it barely gets 1/2 t50 staples even half way into a 2x4. I'm just putting plastic chicken wire around my planters. I couldn't even hammer in half the staples because they were mangled. I was really hoping for some better results from Dewalt. I forgot my phone when I went shopping so I didn't have the opportunity to look at different reviews. I had intended to use this for several other projects, but now I'm just going to return it.
Date de publication: 2018-06-21
Rated 5 de 5 de par This stapler worked perfectly to upholster eight seat and back pads for a set of parson's chairs.... This stapler worked perfectly to upholster eight seat and back pads for a set of parson's chairs. The seat pads were covered with 3 inch heavy-duty foam, 1 inch dacron, and thick upholstery, and to go through all these layers and attach to 1/2 inch plywood required 9/16 inch staples. The back pads were 2 inch heavy-duty foam and needed only 3/8 inch staples. Instructions on the appropriate staples to use, and on loading the stapler are a little ambiguous, but once that was learned, the stapler could be loaded in about 15 seconds. It jammed a half dozen times during the job, but usually used all the staples in the stack. Quite a lot of pressure is required to seat the staple into the wood; if you don't press hard, the staple will not go all the way into the wood. Very pleased with this stapler!
Date de publication: 2017-02-25
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Why does it state air nailer then electric corded? Which is it pneumatic or electric

Posée par: SM
Electric.
Répondue par: Hummingbird
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

I need to fasten chicken wire to board fence. Will this staple gun work for that?

Posée par: Jo
Absolutely! I did a chicken run with T-50 staples. The T-50 is a heavy duty industrial (and I think galvanized) staple. There are also 3 other types of staples that are less thick than the T-50 that also work with this stapler / nailer. You just need to make sure you have an extension cord or electrical plug in where you are working because it is corded.
Répondue par: Kerry
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

Can this nailer attach 1/2" baseboards? How long are the brads?

Posée par: Gunter
The nailer would not attach 1/2 baseboards. It is ideal for Insulation, Carpet, Underlay, Wire mesh / Screens, Upholstery, Low Voltage Wiring, and Finish Nailing
Répondue par: DewaltProductExpert
Date de publication: 2023-10-29

I am a beginner diy, my question is what is a brad, and I would like to purchase a nail gun for s...

I am a beginner diy, my question is what is a brad, and I would like to purchase a nail gun for some projects around the house, which nail gun would you prepared that I purchase for a beginner diyer?
Posée par: pammie
A brad is a finishing nail. The type of mail gun depends on the type of projects you have in mind. For example, if you are making small jewellery boxes it canvasses you can get by with a $20-$30 electric nail gun. But if you are working on corner rounds or base boards you will need a heavier duty nail gun like the DeWalt battery operated nail gun which runs 2 to 3 hundred dollars. Last example is roofing. If you are doing that as a DIY you would need a much larger nail gun (air compressor, battery operated, etc.) Which can set you back 5 hundred dollars or more. I hope this helps.
Répondue par: Damuirheads
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

What is the maximum brad length?

I want to use this for trim because I don't have a compressor. Will this work with 18 ga headless brads about 1-1/2" Long?
Posée par: Daniel
5/8th max
Répondue par: BIllOvis
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

I want to utilize this product to install bird netting in my car port. Will this model secure th...

I want to utilize this product to install bird netting in my car port. Will this model secure the staple to a 2x4?
Posée par: NewAtThis41
Do yourself a favor but getting a better and more versatile tool (preferably pneumatic) and using a furring strip instead of staples to secure the netting.
Répondue par: TheFatMan
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

I have RTA cabinets that I need to put together. Looking at the assembly videos, they put the st...

I have RTA cabinets that I need to put together. Looking at the assembly videos, they put the stables (in part) in the inside corners. WIll this work? I’m concerned I would be able to get in close enough.
Posée par: jbrumt
Yes, it works using small blocks, pieces of wood for support and stability. I had to purchase smaller shapes as the ones that came with it were too long to reupholster dining chair seats. This is a versatile little nailer, but the heads have limited use as do the included staples. Try it on one side of corner first, then you will know.
Répondue par: Tony
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

What's the part number for the staples that's used with this Model# DWHT75021 stapler ? Why can'...

What's the part number for the staples that's used with this Model# DWHT75021 stapler ? Why can't this info be provided within the spec portion of the equipment ?
Posée par: SlimPickens
It generally is. See attached photo for fastener specs from the back of the package.
Répondue par: TheFatMan
Date de publication: 2023-05-05
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