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Old 19-01-2021, 22:22   #1
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OMER Composite Nailer $400

I used this nailer only 2 times and nailed 20 nails. This is a brand new nailer.

Giving away 1" and 1.25" brads with it.
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Old 20-01-2021, 01:44   #2
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Re: OMER Composite Nailer $400

Interesting. I used raptor staples when building my boat to hold 50’ long pieces of fiberglass in place before they were infused with resin.

How was this used in a marine sense?
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Interesting. I used raptor staples when building my boat to hold 50’ long pieces of fiberglass in place before they were infused with resin.

How was this used in a marine sense?



Hi, I used it for another application, not related to marine work. A friend of mine suggested me to post this tool on this website.
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Re: OMER Composite Nailer $400

You can buy stainless steel brad nails. I used a nail gun when I re-did the joinery in my boat. Saved having to use clamps by the dozen!
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Re: OMER Composite Nailer $400

The advantage is that the fasteners are not metal, so you can use metal bladed tools to shape the materials after they are nailed without worry of wrecking the tools by hitting the fasteners.
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Old 21-01-2021, 09:57   #6
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Re: OMER Composite Nailer $400

interesting product idea. shoots composite fasteners that are mostly tool safe.
here's the website,
https://raptornails.com/product-catalog/nailers.php
Fasteners are expensive.
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