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Arrow Fastener T59 Wiring Tacker
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Are you putting up a temporary fence around your yard? Maybe you need to do some finishing work in your attic, basement, or within the joists of your walls? The Arrow Fastener T59 might be designed to be a wiring tacker, but it can do much more than that. Unlike other heavy duty manual staple guns, the T59 allows you to use three different sizes of insulated staples so you can get whatever job you’ve got going on completely quickly without compromising the quality of your work.
Why We Love the Arrow Fastener T59
Here’s what we liked about using the Arrow Fastener T59 when completing some of our recent home updates.
- It has an all steel construction. Sometimes the kids, the dogs, or the phone distracts you from what you’re doing. You can’t find your staple gun no matter what you do. When you’ve left it outside, there are invariable some that will begin to corrode right away. The all-steel construction with a solid chrome finish prevent that from happening with this tool.
- It has a grooved driving blade. This makes stapling wires and other similarly shaped items a lot easier. Instead of worrying about compromising the integrity of the wire coating, this staple gun naturally creates a fastening effect that lets the staple go around the wire while keeping it firmly in place.
- It lets you clear out jams pretty easily. To be fair, this is probably because it uses insulated staples and those are a little easier to manipulate. Even so, we could clear out all of the jams that happened while working with this tool without a problem.
You may find that A/V wiring or some forms of electrical wiring that you’re trying to install don’t work as well with the staples that are used in the Arrow T59. It won’t accept the smaller staples and that means your wiring might not be as firmly attached as you’d like it to be. Otherwise you’ll find that your tacking work is remarkably easy because you can drive your staples right in consistently when using this tool.
What We Would Change About the Arrow Fastener T59
The design of the Arrow Fastner T59 is admittedly not for everyone. The handle works best with larger hands, although a two-handed press will work in a pinch for some users. That just makes it difficult to use the T59 in tight spaces if you’re struggling to grip the staple gun properly. This is something you’re going to have to measure independently – for us, the grip required was strong, but manageable.
This also isn’t your regular staple gun. It isn’t going to use standard staples. It is only outfitted to use cable securing staples. If you try to feed standard staples through this heavy duty staple gun, you will wind up creating jams that could eventually ruin the gun itself. It will not attach staples to metal or concrete and the plaster in some homes that’s a few decades old is a struggle. Wood and drywall the T59 is awesome.
If you need to tack cables, this is the staple gun for you. It’s maybe more of a niche tool than some others, but it does its job well and why we loved it and think you will as well.
What Are Others Saying?
A Tool Review On The Arrow Cable Staplers
I again it's Steve from stapling an alien supply is a my toolkit dr. dot uk' today we're looking at cable staplers the manufacturing question is arrow fasteners and there's two models the t59 and the t-72 basically fixing of cables you don't want to damage the cable whether it be for TV coax data cables alarm systems and what I will come up with it's actually if I bring that across it's actually a staple with inside a plastic crown which enables the fixing but no damage to that cable the t-72 will take a crown up to 12 mil wide and c59 has two sizes of crown eight mil and six mil this is ideal for coax data cabling etc I just I think it was a neat mill on this one and on that nose there's actually a groove so you can easily move it along the cable and it's sensors fix in a cable that wooden button there but you can see there's actually movement it's a firm fixing but no crushing or damage to the Cape so there we go to 72 to 59 from arrow see you again soon take care
How to Load Arrow's T59 Cable Tacker
hi welcome to the arrow workshop today we're going to show you how to load the t59 cable tacker the t59 has a rear load magazine in order to load this tool turn the tool over and remove the pusher from the magazine by pushing in and pulling it out now you're ready to insert your t59 insulated staples slide them into the magazine all the way to the front of the tool reinsert the pusher making sure it locks in place now you're ready to fire staples from your t59 cable tacker we hope you enjoy your new tool [Music]
How to Clear a Jam From Arrow's T59 Cable Tacker
hi welcome to the error workshop today we're going to show you how to clear a jam from the t59 wire tacker first you need to remove the pusher by pushing in to unlock and sliding it out of the tool then clear the jam with a screwdriver insert a full strip of staples into the channel sliding them all the way to the front of the tool reinsert the pusher until it locks in place and now you can get back to work [Music]
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Arrow Fastener T59 Wiring Tacker