DEWALT ATOMIC Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. Pin Nailer (Tool Only) (DCN623B)

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DEWALT ATOMIC Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. Pin Nailer (Tool Only) (DCN623B)

DEWALT ATOMIC Compact Series™ 20V MAX* Brushless Cordless 23 Ga. Pin Nailer (Tool Only) (DCN623B)

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I wasn't too keen at first due to worries about battery platform "creep" but it's performance makes up for that. The internals are quite similar in some ways to those found in the 1st generation 2nd fix cordless nailers pioneered by deWalt in that you have a flywheel powered by a motor (in this case a 2-speed brushless motor) which drives the driving pin. The Hikoki NP18DSALW4Z 18V 23 Gauge Pin Nailer is a lightweight and compact piece of equipment, ideal for working with nails between 15 and 35mm in length.

The controls, with the exception of the speed control hidden away below the rafter hook, fall easily to hand and the tool is short enough to be able to get into most spaces, such as between 400mm centres joists. i was doing a loft conversion job at the time so the gun was used side by side with my makita first fix gun.I only got one jam which I sorted out in seconds and it punched the nails right in from the word go. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. deWalt also supply a push-on plastic no-mar tip for the nose piece in the box, although I personally haven't yet used it, it may be useful when it comes to finish nailing stuff like plywood flooring.

I recently had a play with the Milwaukee 16ga angled 2nd fix - in comparison it's a bit lighter and the nose is a bit smaller, it doesn't seem any slower or faster in bump mode and it can certainly sink 50mm pins into softwood (not really much of a test, that, though TBH). I've now used about 4 boxes of nails (3300 nails per box – it's been mainly 90mm plain shanks as well), so I think I've got a reasonable idea of how the tool works. A VERY BIG PLUS, is that removal of the battery prevents the tool from doing anything, including firing. Very comprehensive and it's great to have a review from a pro joiner who has tested the gun out in real site conditions.I looked at axminster who do a 24 gauge nailer, but as far as I can see 24 gauge nails arent widely available, and the max depth is about 20mm.

I do a lot of custom trim work for cabinetry installations and find myself using this thing a lot rather than setting up my compressor. Nail guns are available in different types and ranges, including pneumatic, cordless, electric and brad nailer. Trigger buttons can sometimes (rarely) be damaged if the tool is dropped - the little prong breaks off - but if that happens the solenoid won't fire. Additional features include low battery and stall indicator lights (at the top, rear of the motor casing), a stall release lever, and jam-clearing lever.Pity dewalt chose to do an angle only unit when 90% of site users have a straight nailer and that's all the sites supply in terms of nails. Instead two hex screws either side of the silver top are undone and the entire top is pulled clear with the springs and driver pin readily accessible for replacement (they are in a “casette” which is held in place by three screws).

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