Question about Hitachi 3 - 1/2" Full Roundhead Framing Nailer
GUN ONLY PUTTING NAILS HALF WAY IN
Hello jsc.... the depth that the nailer drives the nail is dependent upon two factors, the hardness of the material you are driving the nail into and the air pressure. Generally when you want the nail to go in more you adjust the air pressure to a higher setting, going 5 psi at a time until you are close to perfect and then fine tuning the air pressure.
Sometimes people find that the air compressor itself is inadequate for the job. in that case, the only choice is to move up to a higher psi compressor. Joe
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Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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