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Impressive performance, safe operation and quick on the trigger
DIY enthusiasts and professionals alike are thrilled by the tackers’ high-speed release and excellent wielding characteristics. When it comes to quickly and reliably attaching a number of materials to wood – whether for fastening textiles, leather, foils, cardboard or even wood – the devices defy all competition. Be it for the professional attachment of insulating foil, remodelling your attic, fastening the rear panel of your wardrobe, upholstering a chair, affixing canvas onto a frame or putting up chicken wire in your garden – tackers are an indispensable aid for various fastening applications.
Brand quality plus cost-efficiency
Until now, however, you basically only had two options when choosing a tacker: either good but expensive, or mainly cheap. With their PTNS range Trotec provides avid do-it-yourselfers and pros with a selection of equally wieldable and quick-firing tackers for safe and professional fastening operations.
Trotec’s PowerTools now offer a smart choice: good price, good product and good design – all in one.
HighPerformance in every respect, for we do not only stand for measuring devices and air conditioners, but also for power tools of brand quality: professional Trotec solutions with an excellent value-for-money ratio!
Electric tacker – indispensable aid for hobby and professional applications
An electric tacker is bound to be found in the basic tool kit of every do-it-yourselfer and professional craftsman, for it makes working much easier and can even partially replace hammers and nails, provided it is equipped with an additional nailing function. This way, your future renovation measures or the newly covered piece of furniture easily become reality without much effort. But what should you pay attention to when purchasing an electric tacker, and what can you do with it?
What can an electric tacker be used for?
Electric tackers and cordless tackers are mainly used for interior decoration, e.g. for stretching a canvas, fixing textiles, or covering upholstered furniture. Small-scale woodwork requiring fine nails to be driven in can also be accomplished using electric tackers.
Their advantage compared to conventional handheld tackers is obvious: On the one hand, staples and wire nails are “shot” into the material with considerably more power, thus requiring less effort. On the other hand, electric tackers can also be used to process stable materials such as plastics, artificial or genuine leather – something that would turn into extremely hard work with a handheld tacker.
What is an electric tacker?
An electric tacker is used to drive staples or wire nails into wood and other materials in order to durably bond them. While each staple or wire nail had to be injected into the material separately in former times, modern electric tackers now allow for considerably faster and more reliable working. The electric motor provides the electric tacker with sufficient power to pierce even tough materials.