Upholstery detailed description
Narrow Crown Stapler
For working in difficult spaces, a ¼” narrow crown stapler becomes very handy.
An industrial strength fastener like this one is definitely a good choice. The length of staples ranges from 3/8″ to 1 1/4″
The principal feature of the narrow crown stapler is its extended nose. Stapling in tight angles can be awkward and time consuming. For this reason, we have selected this tool. A long nose is the perfect stapler for fastening tracks with precision close to frames and beams.
Another good feature for this lightweight tool is a quick reloading mechanism. Also, we find the handgrip to be comfortable and holding it for several hours is just fine. To conclude, for working in these spaces, a narrow crown stapler or a brad nailers are both preferred tools. In other words, VE THOMAN recommends using either of them for wall upholstery.
Yet, every upholsterer should carry a few staplers in his toolbox such as this one. In the meantime, good tools make good upholsterers! Don’t you agree?
Narrow crown stapler has other interesting features;
It has a quick release nose cover to expel jammed staples.
It possesses a 360° adjustable exhaust cover. Making this tool able to work in any place.
Finally, a safety mechanism prevents from accidental firing of the stapler.
Furthermore, a narrow crown stapler is practical in wood applications as well; For example, making heavy cabinet assembly, hardwood shelving fixtures, and more. Use it indoor and outdoor fastening in tight spaces. Try a narrow crown stapler, enjoy it as much as we do. Maybe one day you will be glad to find one in your worshop.
18 Gauge. ¼” Crown stapler – 9032 Here is the link to Grex page
Operating pressure: 70 ~ 100 psi (4.1 ~7 bars)
Fastener type: 18 Gauge, 1/4″ Crown Staples
Range: ⅜”~ 1/ 1/4″ (10mm ~ 32mm)
Magazine capacity: Approx.150 staples
Air Inlet 1/4″ (6mm) NPT male plug