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Sticking piston could cause this try some air tool lube and make sure that if there is a depth adjustment make sure its all the way down some bostitch havem

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Putting on acrylic Nails


OPI Crystal Nail File & Block Nail Buffer - Grab 2 or three different grits. Get a 4 sided buffer block as well.
  • 2Nail Prep & IBD Natural Nail Primer - This draws all the oils/moisture off your natural nail so the acrylic adheres.
  • 3Acrylic Nail Brush Set - Small ones are a little easier to control. Grab what you feel most comfortable with.
  • 4Monomer Acrylic Liquid - There is actually a primerless acrylic, I haven't tried it yet.
  • 5Acrylic Tips - There is a huge selection here, pick the ones that you like. I go for the semi opaque nude ones.
  • 6Acrylic Nail Powder - This matters. The cheaper powders turn yellow with age and with UV light exposure. This means tanning beds or natural sunlight. There is more 'lifting' when a cheaper powder is used.
  • 7Nail Lacquer - A base coat, a color, and a top coat.
  • To make life easier, you can pick up a pre-made kit like ASP Acrylic Nail Sculpture Kit that includes all of these supplies or save some money and just purchase a few things at a time. These tend to be a bit on the cheaper side (quality wise) but are great for quick acrylic nails. Or you can buy the professional kit like, IBD Professional Gel Kit

    Professional supplies can be bought online easily or at a store with a cosmetologists' license.
    • 1OPI Crystal Nail File & Block Nail Buffer - Grab 2 or three different grits. Get a 4 sided buffer block as well.
    • 2Nail Prep & IBD Natural Nail Primer - This draws all the oils/moisture off your natural nail so the acrylic adheres.
    • 3Acrylic Nail Brush Set - Small ones are a little easier to control. Grab what you feel most comfortable with.
    • 4Monomer Acrylic Liquid - There is actually a primerless acrylic, I haven't tried it yet.
    • 5Acrylic Tips - There is a huge selection here, pick the ones that you like. I go for the semi opaque nude ones.
    • 6Acrylic Nail Powder - This matters. The cheaper powders turn yellow with age and with UV light exposure. This means tanning beds or natural sunlight. There is more 'lifting' when a cheaper powder is used.
    • 7Nail Lacquer - A base coat, a color, and a top coat.
    A tutorial on acrylic nail application
    With supplies in hand...lets begin
    • 1Wash your hands.
    • 2Trim and file your nails short.
    • 3Use a soft/fine nail file to remove the shine off your nails - don't go too hard - this is just to scuff up the surface so everything can adhere to the nail surface.
    • 4Gently push back your cuticles - you may want to soak your nails in soapy warm water to make them softer and easier to push back.
    • 5Apply nail prep also called nail primer - it is a brush on solution that removes the moisture and oil from your natural nail. Allowing the acrylic to better adhere to your nail bed and not peel off a few days later.
    • 6Apply nail tips that fit each nail with adhesive. Super glue is generally provided in kits with the acrylic tips.
    • 7Clip the acrylic tip to your desired length and file the edges smooth. There ARE special cutters to cut acrylic tips, its probably best for you to pick one up, they are very cheap on ebay and will prevent you from bending or creating dents in the acrylic tips.
    • 8Reapply another coat of nail prep - this will again dry out the nail to allow for better adhesion
    Dip your brush in monomer; drag along the side of the container to remove excess liquid. Now drag a line through the acrylic powder and a ball will form. Watch this ball as the liquid soaks up into the powder. Once a jelly like substance has formed, place that on the line where the acrylic tip and natural nail meet. This will deposit the thickest coat and now you can push the acrylic up to the cuticle and nail tip. Smooth it as best you can, use light delicate strokes. Multiple layers can be applied to achieve smoothness. Also note - this step doesn't have to be perfect as we will file the acrylic down to shape.
  • 10Acrylic dries fairly quickly. Once you have applied all the desired coats, file down the top of the nail smooth. Use a coarser grit to start and then work your way down to a very fine grit. This remove scratches in the acrylic and make the nail appear smooth once polish is applied.
  • sorry it was so long.hope that helps

    Jul 03, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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    I have the nt65ma2 it keeps shooting two nails at once. When you put the nails in do they need to go in the top track ? Or do they slide right in ?


    Check that the nail is correct for the gun. Fifteen gauge is a very stout/strong nail and measures around .060. Place a strip of nails along the outside of the rails with nails aligned with rails. The first nail should be aligned with path of driver. If the angle is off do not use. Look at the thickness of the driver (and or condition of, no damage ), the nail should look about the same thickness. If nail is thinner than driver, the second nail in line will be in the path of driver. This could cause damage to gun. I believe that the nails slide in from rear.

    Nov 09, 2010 | Hitachi NT65MA2 1 1/4 To 2 1/2 Inch 15...

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    Not sure how to load nails into magazine


    Generally two reasons for nails not to make contact with driver. Make sure that the driver is returning to top of cylinder. If it stays in the path of the nail feeder, the nail cannot slide into position. Second, nails are not the right type or gauge for gun. Some nails even if they are the right gauge have a large head not allowing the strip to enter into chamber. Remove air hose from gun, check that piston is all the way up, then slide nails into chamber and see if they go all the way in easily with-out having to push. You should see the first nail in place from bottom where nail shoots out. The angle of the nail is very important. most pin nailers are 0 degree (not angled), but others have an angle. The gun should be labeled as to angle of nail. Hold a strip of nails against the outside of the magazine and see is the first nail is in line with the driver path. Good luck and post again if you have other question.

    Jun 28, 2010 | Dewalt Heavy Duty 2 Brad Nailer Compressor...

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    THE NAIL DOES NOT GO ALL THE WAY IN


    most models have a setting on the gun to allow the nail to be adjusted to how far in you want the nail to go into... this depend on the material you are nailing into... the adjustment is sometimes located right at the point of where the nail comes out... usually 1 to 5 indicates the settings..be sure it is on the shallowest setting and that you properly lubricate the gun as well....turn up the psi on the air compressor too and see if that helps you shouldn't have to go above 110psi though to set a nail in a 2x4...

    Apr 05, 2010 | Dewalt Round Head Framing Nailer D51845

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    2 nails shooting at once from nail gun


    Could be couple problems. Are you using the right nails for this tool the right guage and degree? Is the nose worn allowing 2 nails to be able to shoot. Give me the model number and brand and I will try and find a print for this tool with firther suggestions, but these would be the most common

    Sep 27, 2009 | Campbell Hausfeld Tools & Hardware -...

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    Third nail does not go all the wway


    Have you checked to make sure the depth adjustment hasn't moved.

    If it got banged hard enough it could have moved it and reduced the impact of the nailer

    Jul 08, 2009 | Dewalt D51844 Framing Nailer

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    When the 2in 18 gauge nail enters the wood it turns in the wood and comes out the side of the wood,


    Hi,
    That is actually the nail failing. If you try shooting any 2in. 18ga. nail into something hard like Maple or even red oak, the nail will bend. It will typically follow the grain. So Go to at least a 16 ga. nail for hardwoods.

    Jun 28, 2009 | Senco Tools & Hardware - Others

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    Will bosch nail guns operate with Paslode brand nails?


    The F28WW takes 28Deg nails that are collated with wire, so your nails won't work in that gun. The N80SB is also a 28Deg nailer so your 30 Deg nails won't work in that gun either. Sorry about the bad news but it looks like your going to have to spring for new nails

    Jun 11, 2009 | Stanley Bostitch N80CB Coil Framing Nailer

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    D51844 Won't Fire Nails


    The Dewalt D51844 uses a full round head 20 degree nail. Sometimes the generic brand nails are not made exactly to the stated degree. They do this so their nails will work on a variety of nailers. Best to check the nails angle in relation to the angle of your nailer. Place a strip of nails on the outside of the rail. Align the heads of the nails to a convenient straight edge on the rail then check that the head and shaft of the first nail is aligned with the barrel. If the lower part of the nail projects out further than the head, then the driver will miss the head. If the head of the first nail appears close enough to barrell for the driver to hit it then place a new strip of nails into the mag and slide the pusher foward. Fire one nail, if success, remove the nails from the mag and check if the plastic holding the nails together is projecting in front of the first nail. Sometimes the plastic is not right, too stiff, and will not let the next nail align with the barrell. If the next nail appears ready and slides forward then the driver may not be going all the way up after shot. Check by inserting a metal rod into barrell and push driver up till it stops. If the driver is in the uppermost position, then most likely brand of nails. Use Dewalt nail. Good Luck

    Jan 25, 2009 | Dewalt D51844 Framing Nailer

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