Question about Arrow T59 Wire & cable staple gun
How does a staple holds when you use a staple gun if the staple doesn't bend like when using a normal stapler?
Strip staples and brads intended to be used in wood, are coated with a very thin film of lacquer. When fired into the wood the lacquer melts from friction and acts as a glue which is why they can be very hard to remove.
Posted on Mar 07, 2015
Why does my staple gun shoot double stables and also doesn't do all the way in soft wood?
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Most of the staple gun models lack an "anvil" — the metal plate with curved slots that office staplers use to bend the legs of the staple inwards and flattens them against the paper. Staples set with a staple gun retain their straight legs, and are held in place only by static friction of the legs against the compressed surrounding material, much like common nails. Indeed, some staple gun models can handle brads and nails as well as staples. Some staple guns also use divergent point staples where the legs twist as the staple drives into the surface providing superior holding power.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi can't seem to reload stapler
All you do is open the end peice and slide the staples in on the two rails, point down. You should be able to see in the end to make sure nothing is blocking the rail with a flashlight. You probably have the wrong size staples. You can only use # 214, 215, 276.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: refilling the staple gun
The staples do not go on the bar you pull back but directly into the bottom once you have pulled the bar back. I was trying to put the staples on the bar at the back and push them into the stapler.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
Typically you do not open these up.
Makes it difficult to remove stuck or wrong staples.
I have had good luck removing the staple ram rod and rapping firmly on the **** of the stapler against a wooden table. The idea is jolting the stuck staples into reverse out the way they went in. Tedious process but usually works. Removing the jammed staples in the nose at the striker plate requires using needle nose pliers and a sharp awl or small screw driver used on very small screws.
My T50 Arrow stapler is over 20 years old.
Still works great. Sometimes I slide in the wrong size staples by mistake. The process above usually works.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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