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nailer

[′nāl·ər]
(engineering)
A wood strip or block which serves as a backing into which nails can be driven.

Nailer

A block of wood installed within construction to provide a means of attaching other pieces of wood or materials.

nailing strip

A wood strip, attached to a surface; used as a base for nailing or fastening another material.
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The Hitachi pneumatic set will offer a complete variety of stick-style framing nailers, a coil siding nailer, a coil framing nailer and Strap-Tite Fastening system nailers for securing pre-drilled metal connectors to wood, a complete line of finish nailers (15-Gauge, 16-Gauge, 18-Gauge and 23-Gauge), and various pneumatic staplers along with a sub-section designed for driving collated screws.
Jack, who had been a general contractor building homes in Anchorage, replaced his manual hammer with a pneumatic nailer one day and liked the results.
The Senco Fusion FN65DA cordless angled finish nailer, item# 5N0001N, drives 1-1/4" to 2-1/2" DA series 15 gauge Senco finish nails.
So in 1996, Porter-Cable introduced two brad nailers and two finishing nailers.
Jurors may also be less impressed with the defense that "our nailers meet all industry standards" when they learn that standards created by foreign agencies are more restrictive than U.
Joe Magunda is doubtful for the game against the Nailers with a dead leg while Richard Batchelor is expected to overcome a slight thigh strain.
The idea was to roll and cut the iron plate into rods before they were passed on to the nailers, adding considerably to the volume of nails they were able to produce.
and has Bonaparte ancestry, spent the majority of the past season with the East Coast Hockey League's Wheeling Nailers.
The company said in a press release the site includes over 100 additional offerings for air compressors, air guns, caulking gun, cutting tools, grease guns, drills, hammers, sanders, nailers, polishers, blow guns and other air power tools.
In the 79th minute the home side were awarded a penalty when Ryan Hindley scored from the spot and The Nailers got a fourth when Oliver pounced on Baldwin's error two minutes from time.
NAILERS DESMOND was fastest in the second round of the Lee Strand 550 at Tralee on Friday when stopping the clock in 30.
The Nailers had to come from behind to do so as Chris Adamson put Lairds in front after just 15 minutes; an attempted header back to Belper custodian Paul Pettinger fell short and Adamson was on hand tointercept and shoot home.