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The hammer clincher seems to be the only tool for installing metal corner bead where metal studs are used. Do you think a pneumatic tools would be accepted in this trade? It's worked for carpentry. With a pneumatic clincher, you could install corner bead all day without fatigue because it's a simple matter of pushing a button to make a clinch instead of that energy consuming hammer swing. Any comment would be appreciated.
 

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Kevin said:
When are you hoping to release your new product?
Hi Kevin,
I am ready to start production now. I'd like some feedback from potential users/buyers before taking the plunge and investing a fair amount of money into that production run. It seems like a no brainer. When using the pneumatic tool production goes up, no fatigue, and the quality of the work is better because there are no off-center hammer hits to twist the bead.

Think businesses would have interest in this tool?

There's a flyer I can send you. Forward your e-mail to [email protected] if interested.
 
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