The Nail Gun Network's Most Memorable Posts - 2015

At last - the end of 2015. What better way to capture the essence of 2015 at Nail Gun Depot, than to take a look at some of the Nail Gun Network's most influential blog posts of the year. Check out some of our most popular posts from 2015!
Best of Nail Gun Network 2015
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  1. Nail Gun Depot Is Celebrating Its 15th Anniversary: It's hard to believe Nail Gun Depot has been around for 15 years. Launched in 2000, the site has played its part in the explosion of Internet and e-commerce. From nailers to staplers, screw guns and fasteners, we've got something for everyone.
  2. The Nail Gun Network Media Guide - We're Expanding To Video: The majority of our Nail Gun Network subscribers have come to expect weekly - and the occasional bi-weekly - blog updates announcing tool news, product demonstrations, tutorials and project tips. Now, they can expect even more, as we are pleased to announce the launch of our NGN video blog.
  3. Maintaining Pneumatic Tools & Compressors For Cold Weather: If you live in a region susceptible to winter weather, as most North Americans do, it's crucial that your pneumatic tools and air compressors are properly maintained for the cold. Protect the integrity and performance of your tools or compressor from the freezing cold.
  4. Why Every Contractor Needs A Laser Level: The principles of measurement in the construction industry have remained unchanged for hundreds - if not thousands - of years; but materials, assembly procedures, the interaction between various trades - not to mention time and cost pressures, have changed. The precise reason why every contractor should be using laser measuring instruments now, more than ever.
  5. Choosing A Staple Gun For Your Project: Learn the difference between gauge and crown, what makes one type stapler different from another, and most importantly, which stapler is the best one for you. We'll explore applications, tools, fasteners and more.
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  1. Everything You Need To Know About Cordless Nailers: Are you looking for a cordless nailer, stapler or screw gun? While pneumatic tools will always have a place in construction, several contractors and DIYers have come to adopt cordless fastening tools over their air-powered counterpart.
  2. How To Avoid Destroying Your Pneumatic Nailer: Take a look at some professional tips to extend the life of pneumatic tools. Learn how to protect your air fastening tools - here on the Nail Gun Network.
  3. Introduction To Air Compressors: If you use pneumatic fastening tools, an air compressor will bring them to life. Air compressors provide power to your pneumatic nail guns, staple guns and other air-driven tools. The applications you need an air compressor for determine the type of compressor required.
  4. Introducing Dewalt's DCN660 Series Cordless Finish Nailer: Dewalt fans rejoice. Introducing the widely anticipated DCN660, 20V MAX 16 gauge cordless angled finish nailer, by Dewalt. A game changer for the brand, the DCN660 series runs exclusively on lithium-ion battery power - eliminating the need for fuel cells, regular cleaning and related maintenance. Just snap the battery into place and start working.
  5. What Type Of Air Hose Do I Need For My Compressor: You've purchased a new pneumatic tool, go to hook the tool up to your air compressor, only to find out you don't have the right air hose to connect your tool. You ask, what type of air hose do I need for my compressor? The question is simple - the answer, a bit more complex. Let's explore what type of air hose will suit your application best.
And with that, we conclude our last post of 2015. Don't worry, we're only taking a break from blogging for a few weeks - making time to celebrate the holidays with friends and family, AND launch the Nail Gun Network's all-new home. Look for an all-new, refreshed and revitalized Nail Gun Network - coming January 2016!

~The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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