What nails work with DeWalt DCN660?

What nails work with DeWalt DCN660?

The DEWALT DCN660 16 Gauge Angled Finish Nailer drives 16 Gauge angled finish nails from 1-1/4″ to 2-1/2″ which makes it ideal for fastening crown molding, casing, and baseboards.

Does DeWalt make a battery operated finish nailer?

The DEWALT DCN662 20V MAX* XR 16 GA Cordless Straight Finish Nailer drives 16 Gauge straight finish nails from from 1-1/4″ to 2-1/2″ which makes it ideal for fastening baseboards, door/window casing, and crown molding.

Do Paslode nails work in DeWalt?

Nails. The DeWalt nailer takes 2″ to 3.5″, 30 or 34 degree angled, paper tape nails, with either clipped or offset, full-round heads. I picked up a box of Paslode offset full-head nails with ring shanks. They load into the magazine like other framing nailers.

What nail gun do I need for skirting boards?

Brad nailer: A popular DIY option, the two-inch nails you’ll find in 18-gauge brad nailers make them the skirting board nail gun of choice. Also available in 20-gauge, brad nailers are also the best nail gun for furniture making.

Whats the difference between a brad nailer and a finish nailer?

In general, go with finish nails for thick wood and brads for thin wood. Finish nails are stronger than brads, so choose them if your project needs to be durable. Brads are thin, 18-gauge nails made for more delicate woodworking jobs. They’re available in collated strips for nail guns or individual pieces.

What does DA mean on finish nails?

While many online assertions state that the “D” in the DA stands for the nail’s slight D-shaped head, it actually refers to Senco’s proprietary nail coding system. A representative for Senco explains that, “The D indicates the fastener is a 15-gauge nail, and the A indicates it has a brad head/smooth shank.”

What are 15 gauge nails used for?

15-gauge – For the outer nail on casing (through drywall) and for base trim or other large trim , and sturdy install of door jambs, particularly heavy, solid-core doors. Non-structural interior applications such as crown molding, door casings or chair rail offer the most choice in the tools and fasteners you use.

What is the difference between 15 gauge and 16 gauge nails?

16-gauge nailers shoot nails that are a little thinner than the 15 gauge and have a smaller head. Depending on the brand, these shoot nails from 3/4” to 2-1/2” inches long. They have good holding power and are a good general use gun. These nailers are available in pneumatic and cordless configurations.

Should I use brad nails or finish nails for baseboards?

The added thickness means that finishing nails create a stronger hold than brads. This makes them useful for heftier applications with thicker material, such as cabinets or baseboards. Because they are thicker than brad nails, finish nails are more likely to split thin or delicate pieces of wood trim.

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