I agree, I have heard nothing but great things about this guy....Thomas renegade! :thumbsup: less than 6amp draw, rated for continous run, and only 26lbs, can run 2 finish nailer, or 1 framer for joist or stud work! AWESOME and QUIET :thumbsup::notworthy:thumbsup:
kinda off subject and didnt want to start new thread.
I just got a 4 gallon dewalt compressor d55146. and i am wondering if there are any start up check lists or things i need to do for the First start up??
The finish gun needs at least a 2 gallon. The brad nailer can use a 1 gallon. If you're going to use both, get a 2 gallon. Dewalt actually has a combo at Lowes (I think) that comes with that finish nailer, a brad nailer, and a 2 gallon compressor.I am wondering are the trim compressers a good choice for my finish and brad nailer?
Finaly some one else that uses one besides me I love co2 power. I don't use that expensive power tank brand tanks and gauges.Would a system like the http://www.powertank.com/products/sfID1/34 being any use to you if you are looking for something small and light. I have used the small CO2 systems and they do work very well so i guess the larger systems are even better. If you are doing thousands of shots a day i guess they ain't the best route but they are very portable. I'm thinking of getting another just for when i have small finish nailing to do and don't wann take a noisey compressor in the house.
Cole i nearly bought a 3500PSi system not long ago. It uses a high pressure diving tank bottle system and the regulator drops the pressure down to tool pressures. They were the best systems on the market but it was almost impossible to find place willing to top them up. The C02 is a good system still though.Finaly some one else that uses one besides me I love co2 power. I don't use that expensive power tank brand tanks and gauges.
Very true, I couldn't agree with you more, but I have no problems with my little compressors...none. So I take that extra money and keep it aside for times when I have to purchase something unexpented...like the Bosch RotoHammer I needed..I only had the drill three holes, but it is such a labor saver, and from here on out, I will always have one. I don't just go out and buy something b/c it is cheap or b/c it is the most expensive, I go out and buy a tool that is suited to the job I am asking it to do...TBF, its not about how much a tool cost, its how much a tool makes you when its producing! if something saves me time and effort and requires little or no maintance! i,ll spend the top $, and i know i,ll get it back and then some!