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Senco Finish Pro 21 LXP (8M0001N) 21-Gauge Pin Nailer Review
Gary   October 10, 2014   0   8  
A dilemma for me has often been how to nail up fine wood molding without marring it with large unsightly holes or peppering it with oodles of smaller holes. When it comes to nailing trim work, is it possible to have the holding strength of an 18-gauge nail while leaving a mark not much greater than a 23-gauge headless nail? Senco may have the answer with their new 21-gauge slight-head pinner.
Senco 21LXP Giveaway
Chris   June 02, 2014   1   1  

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It's giveaway time. This month Tool-Rank has teamed up with Senco to giveaway a brand new product, their new 21-gauge FinishPro Nailer. When an 18-gauge nailer is too big, and a 23-gauge is too small, Senco says their new 21-gauge nailer is just right.
Senco FinishPro 21LXP 21-gauge nailer
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Chris   April 21, 2014   0   1  
When 23-gauge is too small and 18-gauge is too big, Senco says their 21-gauge nailer is "just right". But unlike most pin nailers, the new Senco FinishPro 21LXP uses nails that have a slight/medium head. Senco says it delivers the holding power of a brad nail with a much smaller hole.
Two Senco Metal Connector Nailers Coming In 2012
Chris   December 08, 2011   0   2  
Senco hasn't been on the radar much lately, though they made a pretty big splash with the introduction of their cordless Fusion line of nail guns a while back. However, it looks like Senco has several products they will be introducing in 2012, and they are starting with a couple of metal connector nailers.
Chris   October 11, 2011   0   0  
Senco took cordless nailers in a new direction when they introduced their Fusion line. Instead of using fuel cells or fly-wheels, Senco developed a recharging close-looped compressed nitrogen system that acts kind of like a mini air compressor built right into the gun. Senco initially released 15-gauge and 18-gauge versions of the nailer, and now they are expanding to include a 16-gauge straight nailer (F-16S), and a 16-gauge angled nailer F-16A. "We've had tremendous success converting pneumatic, battery, and gas-powered customers to the F-15 and the F-18," says Dave Moore, Senco's director of Fusion technology....
Chris   September 09, 2010   0   0  
Today Duo-Fast held a virtual press conference where they gave us the scoop on their latest creation, the DFCR175C fuel powered cordless roofing nailer. This particular tool has been the number one request by end users. So Duo-Fast, doing as all smart companies do, is giving the people what they want.
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