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Posted on Do I need a composite pin nailer

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#1 posted 09-19-2020 04:49 PM

Leroy that is a good idea but I need to take apart the cabinet. I can do it by putting the saw in bypass mode as the brads are 18 gage and my carbine blade will cut the brad fine but I am wondering about if it would set the brake off if I were using 23 gage nails as the salesman said 23 gage nails would not set off the brake. Of course if I hadn’t made the mistaking the first place this wouldn’t be a problem.
When I build my my other cabinets since this first one I have made sure everything was squared. My mistake was just accepting that since I was using a pocket hole jig that automatically the sides would be at 90 degrees. Bad assumption and now the back and top are on it so I either need to shim the drawers which are square or saw the cabinet apart and redo irately making it square.

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