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Re: Nail Gun cost
A good-quality starter set, including both a compressor and a small nail gun, can be bought for around 200 US dollars (USD). More sophisticated models can reach 1000 USD or more. Optional features such as a hard-shell case, safety trigger, and depth adjustment can drive the price even higher. For one-time jobs, a nail gun can also be rented at hardware stores and home repair centers.
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yes they make them my suggestion is buy the kit it has all the most popular sizes and most important is the bottom guide critical for straight cuts they are a bit costly though i think mine a few years back cost me about a hundred bucks and over time ive had to replace the well used bits sold individually
The motor in these rotary hammers drives two systems in the gun, one to rotate the bit and another that produces the hammering action. The hammer system is mainly a piston driven by a plastic connecting rod on an eccentric cog. The 'usual' failure is the plastic connecting rod but could be any of the gear pins or teeth. It is also possible the striker is stuck in the hammer pipe if the gun wasn't lubricated properly. There are over two hundred parts inside one of these tools so if you're not familiar with repairing one I highly suggest finding a repair shop that works on them. They are good tools and usually worth repairing unless a lot of major parts broke inside.
Have you cleaned your rollers? I must admit, I'm having this problem with my 2012NB, I HAVE cleaned the rollers (with ethanol), and have taken the side covers off, and the drive chain and gears look just fine, as does the primary drive belt. I ran the planer with the covers off, and although the gears and belt seem fine, the planer still skips (or slips). I think probably your blade is dull, creating drag (I replaced mine not long ago, but have been planing a lot of rough lumber). I still haven't gotten to the bottom of it, but I think the rollers are slipping, I just don't know why yet.
I lost a user manual a while ago and managed to find this company, who were really good. They found my manual and emailed it to me in about 3 hours, cost me about £3 which I thought was resonable. http://findmymanual.com/
Hope this helps. Jane
its probably broken, but you could just add a foot operated switch from a hardware store which costs about 4$, which is cheaper than replacing the switch and easier to turn off and on while using the tool.
I have a Dremel 395 Type 3. Motor works fine, shaft doesn't turn. Took it apart to find that the white plastic or nylon flex coupling on the shaft had crumbled and the spline driver, which fits directly over the motor end of the shaft was somewhat worn. I emailed Dremel and got an overnight reply listing the 2 parts I need and the cost: Coupling is $1.00 and the driver is $1.25. Placed order by phone: 1-800-437-3635. I ordered 2 of each in case future replacement is needed. Total bill came to $7.27 including Florida tax and shipping. Can't beat that. They said it would be in the mail by tonight. (Flex coupling number is 2615294309; spline driver is 2615294308.) Rating Locked! (?) lexrehabtech has rated this solution as Helpful