Question about Stanley CT10C Heavy Duty Staple Gun/Cable Tacker
Is there a depth adjustment or tension adjustment on the Stanley CT10 stapler?
As far as I can tell this unit does not have an adjustment. Normally such an adjustment would only be included on much more expensive and specialised units generally listed for professional use.
If you need more pressure then hitting the tack with a hammer is the general answer.
If you need less pressure, i.e. the tack is cutting through the insulation/wire you are tacking then a cushion may help.
Suggestions for cushion material include one or more layers of paper or a thin (e.g. 3mm) piece of neoprene foam. After tacking the wire in place the foam/paper can be removed almost completely to produce the desired result - a tacked wire with no damage.
Hope this helps. For more power I favour the Stanley PowerShot series: they are absolute brutes and shoot most variations of staples, tacks and nails.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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