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May 2011

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AUTOMATED FASTENING SYSTEMS


ITW is a leading international business corporation with revenues of $US14 billion. ITW has almost 100 years of experience in the design, development and manufacture of fasteners & components, and equipment & consumable systems, as well as a variety of speciality products for customers all around the world. ITW’s financial performance is generated by some 840 decentralised business units, employing over 59,000 people in 57 countries. ITW is typically amongst the top 100 patent holders in the USA, and holds over 5,000 product lines. ITW is well positioned to meet the challenges of today’s global markets.

ITW Industry, a division of Illinois Tool Works (ITW), specialises in products and services for the timber construction industry - offering a complete package including software, components, fasteners and equipment. Software ITW Industry develops and supports Alpine roof truss & floor joist engineering software, Autodesk based hsbCAD 3D CAD / CAM and VisionREZ architectural software. Components ITW Industry supplies a range of nailplate products which are specified by the Alpine engineering software for particular uses within the roof truss & floor joist industry. Fasteners ITW Industry is a leading supplier of a variety of powered fastening systems including: pneumatic, gas and powder actuated by the Paslode, Duo-Fast, Haubold and SPIT brands. Equipment ITW Industry supplies, installs and services automated fastening tools (Toolmatic), roof truss & floor joist production machinery and scaffold security & maintenance equipment.


Contents Fastening solutions Why automate the fastening process? Why choose Toolmatic? Toolmatic design & development New “Pusher� technology Links with machine builders Customer service charter Toolmatic modular system selector Magazine loading methods

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Automated fastening solutions for timber frame

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Toolmatic framing nailers

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Toolmatic OSB Cladding tool

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Toolmatic plasterboard tool

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Window press

Other applications Packaging Automation with Toolmatic provides custom solutions for highly repetitive wine crates and fruit trays to skids for one-off export packing cases.

Pallets Toolmatic CW550 and CW650 wire weld nailers provide high speed nailing solutions with a very wide range of nails.

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Windows & doors Butt jointing with corrugated fasteners, framing with staples, beading with brads or headless pins. A flexible solution, Toolmatic even operates upside down.

Garden Products High speed, low maintenance and jam free operation Toolmatic solutions enhance the profitability of shed and fencing panel lines.

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Why automate the fastening process? Migrating the fabrication process offsite and performing it under factory conditions is a response to the need to control and reduce costs, whilst also leading to quality improvements that enhance the marketability of the end product.

Quality Ÿ Eurocode 5 requires tighter manufacturing controls for timber frame buildings which automation provides, and subsequently improves quality and consistency. Ÿ Toolmatic can position fasteners precisely to achieve optimum design loads and cost efficiency. Ÿ More accurate placement and embedment of fasteners improves the appearance of finish applications like exterior cladding and plasterboard sheathing. Ÿ Similar benefits can be obtained in the manufacture of packing cases, furniture, sheds and fences. Health & safety Ÿ Automated manufacturing processes reduce the risk of industrial accidents, RSI and manual lifting injuries. Ÿ The new 800 series Toolmatics with “Pusher” technology operates much more quietly providing an improved working environment.

PART OF AN AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING LINE

Labour turnover Ÿ Automation reduces manning levels by replacing simple repetitive tasks with more satisfying machine control operations, reducing staff retention problems. Space Utilisation Ÿ Automation provides the opportunity to optimise production processes and factory routing. Higher productivity Ÿ Automation improves productivity, measurable both per employee and per factory square metre. Ÿ Links to software such as hsbCAD reduces setup time.

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Why choose Toolmatic? Toolmatic brings major benefits in reliablility, durability, high speed and long service intervals. We provide onsite Toolmatic training and service with our mobile service mechanics and offer spare part kits specific to each tool. We work continually to advance the Toolmatic range, working with our customers to develop areas that will be of most benefit to the production process. 3

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Toolmatic tools are designed specifically for Ÿ automation with only one air feed and one power line to attach. This simplifies attachment and eliminates the mess of wires required for modified hand tools. Toolmatic modular construction allows us to Ÿ create a solution geared to the precise requirements of each production line, from a wide range of optional features and fastener systems. This maximises productivity, whilst eliminating the cost of unnecessary features. Toolmatic tools re-cycle exhaust air to cool the Ÿ bumper (1) 1 . This enables faster fastening rates and reduces maintenance requirements. Toolmatic tools feature large air reservoirs to Ÿ prevent choking at high fastening rates. This prevents miss-fires or inconsistent embedment depths. Higher fastening rates reduces the number of tools required per station / bridge. Toolmatic pistons are PTFE/copper alloy sealed, Ÿ requiring no lubrication and ensuring clean operation (2) 2 . This eliminates maintenance downtime, reduces wear & tear and avoids damage. Toolmatic tools can be equipped with onboard Ÿ magazine and miss-fire sensors monitoring the nailing process. These enable our customers to guarantee high quality and consistency, eliminating reworking or rejection of finished product. All mechanical characteristics are designed to Ÿ extend service intervals. Increasing productivity and reducing maintenance costs. Toolmatic tools are supplied “ready to mount”, Ÿ with appropriate mounting brackets 3 . No unnecessary time or cost is wasted. Toolmatic solutions include the ability to fire from Ÿ all angles, including upside down. Our tools can therefore be designed round the production process rather than re-engineering the line to suit the tool.

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Toolmatic design & development In 2004 ITW implemented a dedicated unit in Barsbuttel, near Hamburg, Germany, to design and manufacture automated fastening systems, leveraging the many years of experience accumulated by Paslode, Duo-Fast, Haubold and Kartro in this field. This encompasses the development of the quiet, controlled “Pusher” fastening technology from Kartro and the “Module III” from Haubold which can drive staples up to 150mm in length.

Optimised design Toolmatic tools are specifically designed from the outset to be incorporated in automated production lines of all leading machine builders. This provides optimal performance, little to no downtime for reloading, fast interchanging of tools and more. However, we recognise that on some low volume production lines, a modified hand held tool can still provide a satisfactory automation solution, so we continue to offer such tools in our range. Modular system Our Toolmatic equipment is developed in a modular form. The range of five core pneumatic power units can be teamed with seven loading mechanisms, providing many options to suit a variety of applications. The power unit range can drive the following fasteners: & Nails collated on Duo-Fast 0° plastic coils & Nails collated on Paslode PL (Paper Laminated) tape & Nails collated on wire welded coils & Corrugated fasteners & Light, medium and heavy gauge staples & Brads / finish nails and headless pins

OUR AUTOMATED LATHE AT BARSBUTTEL, GERMANY

This approach makes Toolmatic suitable for all manner of applications from packaging, furniture & pallet making to timber frame manufacturing - even incorporating robot magazine replenishment for very high volume lines. Research & development Our overall objective is to fully understand the requirements of each production line, working with both machine builder and the client to find the best solution. We believe that we achieve this with our dedicated Toolmatic design and manufacturing unit which can tailor tools to suit specific fastening stations.

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New “Pusher� technology ITW have carried out extensive research and development to improve pneumatic fastening. The resulting nail pusher fastening technology provides: & Precise depth control of fastening to 0.1mm & A massive reduction in workplace noise levels & Improved air tightness for better thermal performance

Noise reduction Operational sound volume is massively reduced, providing a significant improvement to the health and safety of the working environment. Improved thermal performance The two step fastening process first clamps the material, then the piston pushes the fastener home, helping to provide an air-tight panel and therefore improved thermal performance.

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Precision depth control The Toolmatic Pusher incorporates a metal wedge which pushes the tool housing down to pinch the material together with the tool nose piece before the fastener is driven to exactly the required depth. This controlled penetration ensures that the technical performance of the fastener meets the design specification.

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Links with machine builders ITW Industry has strong worldwide links with all the leading timber frame production line suppliers and a number of pallet making line manufacturers. This partnership is essential to ensure that the machines can talk to each other and that Toolmatic tools can be attached or removed from production lines quickly and simply. ITW Industry participates closely in the design and commissioning of automated production lines and is in some cases able to supply the complete line.

TOOLMATIC IN A RANDEK MANUFACTURING LINE

Timber off-site construction machine manufacturers

Pallet & packaging machine manufacturers

TOOLMATIC IN A WEINMANN MANUFACTURING LINE

TOOLMATIC IN A H&M MANUFACTURING LINE

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Customer service charter Commitment to servicing our customers At ITW Industry we aim to provide 'service excellence' for all our customers, personalised to meet the operational needs of their businesses. Our charter sets out how we propose to meet our commitment to our customers and how we fulfil our service level standards and self-regulatory obligations. Commitment to communicating with our customers ITW Industry's ambition is to develop strong partnerships with its customers, employing a Key Account concept to manage all aspects of modern operating practices. We contact every customer to identify their needs, ensuring they have a point of contact via our Key Account Managers and, where applicable, our Mobile Service Engineers who they can contact for support and advice. Our dedicated Customer Services teams will respond to your enquires.

Commitment to safety We understand safety is of paramount importance to our customers. Therefore, ITW Industry provides free of charge training in the safe use and maintenance of our products. There are two approaches to our safety training; train the operator and train the trainer. Commitment to clear, accurate accountancy We will provide you with invoices that are accurate, easy to understand and include the detail you need for your own accounting records. Customer concerns We endeavour to deal with your concerns or complaints promptly, fairly, completely and courteously informing you of how we propose to act, how long any actions should take and what the results are.

Commitment to innovation At ITW, we continually invest in research and development at all levels. Our in-house Wood Fasteners Industrial Laboratory develops innovative fastener solutions, making use of knowledge in applications, products and process technology. It furthermore ensures the compatibility between fasteners and tools compliant with EN792-13. The laboratory participates in European committees that influence norms in the industries in which ITW Industry operates (Eurocode 5, the European timber construction standard for example). Where appropriate we offer the facilities of this laboratory to our customers. We are committed to innovative product design typified by our range of Toolmatic products for automated production lines.

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Toolmatic modular system selector The choice of the correct tool begins with the fastener, type and size. Toolmatic equipment is built up from common modules to suit each application or production line’s requirements. This brochure details the most common combinations, while hundreds of possibilities can be derived from the five power units, wide range of fastener types and various magazine loading set ups. TABLE : TOOLMATIC FASTENER CAPABILITIES Toolmatic series (power unit) Fastener

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Collation

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Paper tape

SP

Plastic coil

CT

Wire weld

CW

Staples

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Brads Headless pins

Nails

Corrugated fasteners

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500

600

Modul III

800 (Pusher)

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45 - 90

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25 - 75

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20 - 50

30 - 65

45 - 80

65 - 150

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25 - 65

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25 - 65

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long magazine

top loader

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coil

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robot station

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TABLE : TOOLMATIC MAGAZINE OPTIONS Fastener loading method Code

Toolmatic model name convention

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Toolmatic model numbers are derived from the three components of the modular system as specified in the tables above. These components are the fastener type, the power unit, and the magazine loading method. The diagram below shows the model name convention applied to a typical tool (the S510).

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Magazine loading methods

10 = LONG MAGAZINE

20 = TOP LOADER

30 = SIDE LOADER

40 = CASSETTE LOADER

50 = HORIZONTAL COIL

50 = VERTICAL COIL

60 = HOPPER FEED

70 = ROBOT STATION

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

NAILERS TOOL SHOWN: TOOLMATIC CT550 FASTENING SHEATHING TO WALL PANELS ON A TIMBER FRAME LINE

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RING SHANK

DIAMOND TIP

DIVERGENT TIP

HELICAL SHANK

BLUNT TIP

UNILOK SHANK

CONCAVE HEAD

Automated nailers overview Nails for Toolmatic tools are available in three different collation types - Plastic coil, PL (paper laminated) tape, and wire weld coil. This page outlines the benefits of each system. 1. Plastic coil nailing system Toolmatic tools for this system (CT550 and CT850) are normally supplied with vertically oriented, space saving magazines which provide more flexibility in nail positioning. The unique Duo-Fast 0° plastic coil collation is the safest, cleanest and most productive nailing system available. In-line production and quality control are key features of ITW’s European manufacturing of these fasteners, to ensure the consistent high performance that minimises line downtime and expensive remedial work. This method of collation ensures that corrosion protection is not damaged by any violent process (like welding). Independent salt spray tests show the nails can last 15 times longer before showing signs of rust compared to the wire welded equivalent. When using wire-welded coil nails, shards of welding wire can fly loose causing injury to the operator or be trapped under the nail head, potentially tearing sheeting material. The collation process is equally suitable for hot dip galvanised and stainless steel nails, again without damaging their corrosion resistance. The precision moulded plastic tape collation transports extremely well with no production halts due to misaligned nails as is often the case with wire welded coils.

2. PL tape strip nailing system The SP560 Toolmatic is the only automated nailing system with a continuous feed hopper system, where the magazine can be replenished without stopping the line.

The paper laminated (PL) tape collated nail strip will not break when dropped and will not deteriorate in wet weather. No collation waste is generated with this system. PL-tape collation is driven into wood to reduce flagging. Nails now have the unique Paslode RounDrive head which combines the aesthetic benefit of a full round head with a tight collation system which ensures the stability of the strip and therefore eliminates jamming risk. In-line production and quality control are key features of our European manufacturing of these fasteners to ensure the consistent high performance that minimises line downtime and expensive remedial work. As with the Duo-Fast 0° plastic coil, we offer a range of nails with hot dip galvanised coating or manufactured in stainless steel A2 or even A4 to provide the best levels of corrosion resistance, advisable for instance when fastening red cedar cladding. 3. Wire weld coil nailing system In those applications where appearance and an effective anti-corrosion performance are not such high priority, our welded-wire coil collated nail system offers an alternative to the Duo-Fast plastic coil collated nail system.

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CT550

CT850

CT550 plastic collated coil nailer Slim vertical coil magazine allows tools to move close to each other & and to edges & Duo-Fast 0째 plastic collation eliminates jams and ensures high quality fastening & Built in tape cutter removes collation strip & Large air buffer for faster nailing & No lubrication required & Can be set up to accept both IN (standard head) and RN (large diameter head) nail collations

CT850 plastic collated coil nail pusher All the features of the CT550 plus: & Fastener depth control to 0.1mm for more consistent appearance and better technical performance & Very low operating noise improves health and safety & Clamping pressure ensures accurate and firm fastening, resulting in better airtightness CT850 typical applications & Exterior cladding & Plasterboard to timber frame

CT550 typical applications & Timber frame sheathing & Timber frame cladding

CT850 specification

CT550 specification Fasteners:

Jumbo plastic coil collation, round head nails, 2.1-2.9mm dia., 35-65mm long Magazine capacity: Coil dia. 250mm, approx. 1200 nails Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.5l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 6.5kg without fasteners

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Jumbo plastic coil collation, round head nails, 2.1-2.9mm dia., 35-75mm long Coil dia. 250mm, approx 1200 nails Magazine capacity: Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.5l / cycle 5-8 bar Working pressure: 10kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

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CW550

CW650

CW550 wire weld coil nailer & Jumbo magazine with open ends provides quick re-loading of nail coils to reduce downtime & Wide range of wire welded nails available (2.1mm to 2.8mm diameter) & Large air buffer for faster nailing & No lubrication required

CW650 wire weld coil nailer & Increased power to enable fastening of nails up to 90mm in length & Wide range of wire welded nails available (2.5 to 3.3mm diameter) & Jumbo magazine with open ends provides quick re-loading of nail coils to reduce downtime & Large air buffer for faster nailing & No lubrication required

CW550 typical applications & Pallet manufacture & Shed & fence panels

CW650 typical applications & Timber frame sheathing & Timber frame cladding & Pallet manufacture & Shed & fence panels

CW550 specification

CW650 specification

Fasteners:

Wire weld coil nails 2.1-2.8mm dia., 25-70mm long Magazine capacity: 1200 nails x 2.1mm dia. / 800 nails x 2.8mm dia. Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.3l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 6kg without fasteners

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Wire weld coil nails 2.5-3.3mm dia., 45-90mm long Magazine capacity: 900 nails x 2.5mm dia. / 600 nails x 3.3mm dia. Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.8l / cycle 5-8 bar Working pressure: 9kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

SP560

RTM-PSN100

SP560 RounDrive paper laminated tape nailer & Hopper feed combines a large magazine with the ability to top up without stopping production & RounDrive nails combine aesthetic of full round head with close collation of nails to further increase quantity of fasteners in magazine & PL (paper laminate) nail collation prevents nail flagging and eliminates collation debris & Large air buffer for faster nailing & No lubrication required

RTM-PSN100 paper laminated tape nailer & Automated version of well proven Paslode hand tool & Extended magazine can be topped up during operation & PL (paper laminate) nail collation prevents nail flagging and eliminates collation debris RTM-PSN100 typical applications & Timber framing & Timber frame sub-components

SP560 typical applications & Timber frame sheathing & Timber frame cladding

SP560 specification Fasteners:

RounDrive paper laminated tape strip nails, 2.8-2.9mm dia., 51mm long Magazine capacity: 40-50 strips (37 nails / strip), approx 1850 nails Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.5l / cycle 5-8 bar Working pressure: 9.8kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

RTM-PSN100 specification Fasteners:

D-Head strip nails, 2.8-3.25mm dia., 50-100mm long Magazine capacity: 180 nails Air consumption (at 7 bar): 2.7l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 6.5kg without fasteners

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RTM-6512

RTM-6625

RTM-6512 RoundDrive paper laminated collated strip nailer & High power for driving nails up to 4.2mm diameter x 130mm long & Automated version of well proven Paslode hand tool & Extended magazine can be topped up during operation & PL (paper laminate) nail collation prevents nail flagging and eliminates collation debris & RounDrive nails provide aesthetic of full round head

RTM-6625 RoundDrive paper laminated collated strip nailer & Highest power automated nailer available - drives nails up to 4.6mm diameter x 160mm long & To fasten timber or insulation up to 120mm thick to timber frame & Automated version of well proven Paslode hand tool & Extended magazine can be topped up during operation & PL (paper laminate) nail collation prevents nail flagging and eliminates collation debris & RounDrive nails provide aesthetic of full round head

RTM-6512 typical applications & Timber framing & Timber frame sub-components & Packaging

RTM-6625 typical applications & Timber framing & Timber frame sub-components & Packaging & Insulation

RTM-6512 specification Fasteners:

RTM-6225 specification

RounDrive paper laminated strip nails, 3.4-4.2mm dia., 90-130mm long Magazine capacity: 208 nails Air consumption (at 7 bar): 5.4l / cycle Working pressure: 5.5-8 bar 16kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

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RounDrive paper laminated strip nails, 3.8-4.6mm dia., 100-160mm long Magazine capacity: 208 nails Air consumption (at 7 bar): 7.1l / cycle Working pressure: 5.5-8 bar 17kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

PINNERS & BRADDERS TOOL SHOWN: TOOLMATIC B210 FASTENING FINGER JOINTS IN A WINDOW JIG

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BRAD CROSS-SECTION LENGTH

Automated pinners & bradders overview Toolmatic pin nailers are now in operation complete with robot stations, either where the volume of nailing is such that manual replenishment would seriously reduce productivity or where a smaller magazine is required on the tool to access tight spaces and autonomy is achieved by the tool frequently returning to a roboticised re-load station. Finish nails / brads and headless pins are predominantly used for industrial joinery in situations where the aesthetics of the fixing finish is important. Brads are available from stock in both 16 and 18 gauge wire, in lengths ranging from 13 to 64mm, either galvanised or stainless steel (A2 and A4). Toolmatic tools to fix heavier duty 14 gauge brads are also possible. Brads are manufactured with small head sizes to minimise any adverse decorative effect. For the most discreet fastening we also offer headless pins.

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

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P370 / P375

P230 headless pinner with side feed magazine For headless pins up to 32mm long & & Headless pins provide very discrete fastening & Operational through 360째, even upside down, making the tool an ideal component for robotic solutions & Various mounting brackets are available to adapt to various machines and industries & Large air buffer for faster nailing

P370 pinner with long magazine / P375 robot loading station All the features of P230 with additional power for driving pins up to & 65mm long & The P370 operates remotely from the P375 loading station during the fastening process & The P375 loading station holds 50,000 fasteners & Refilling of the station is possible away from the working area & No vibration at the loading station eliminates breaking of fastener strips which could lead to jams & Lightweight and compact for high speed movements

P230 typical applications & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing

P370 / 375 typical applications & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing & Mould making P370 / 375specification (example based on pins) Fasteners:

P230 specification Fasteners:

Fine wire pins, type ST06 / ST08, length 12-32mm Magazine capacity: ST06 = 9,600 / ST08 = 5,400 Air consumption (at 6 bar): 0.48l / cycle Working pressure: 4.5-8 bar 3.2kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

Custom solutions for a variety of pins, staples and brads Tool magazine capacity: 3 strips = 200 pins ST16, 40-50mm long 400 strips = 50,000 pins ST16, Station capacity: 40-50mm long Air consumption (at 6 bar): 1.2l / cycle 4.5-8 bar Working pressure: 4.0kg without fasteners Weight (nailer, approx):

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B210 / B220

B310

B210 / B220 finish / brad nailer Operational through 360째, even upside down, making it an ideal & component for robotic solutions & Drives 16 and 18 guage brads up to 32mm long

B310 brad nailer with long magazine All the features of the B210 with additional power to drive 16 and 18 & gauge brads up to 65mm in length & Can also be set up to drive heavier, 14 gauge brads & Large air buffer for faster nailing

B210 / B220 typical applications & Window & door frames & Packaging

B310 typical applications & Windows & doors &Furniture

B210 / B220 specification Fasteners:

Light to medium gauge wire brads, 12-32mm long Dependant on tool / fastener & length Magazine capacity: Air consumption (at 6 bar): B210 = 0.4l / cycle, B220 = 0.45l / cycle 5-8 bar Working pressure: B210 = 1.8kg without fasteners, Weight (approx): B220 = 4.3kg without fasteners

B310 specification Fasteners:

Light to medium gauge wire brads, 25-65mm long Magazine capacity: approx. 350 depending on brad type Air consumption (at 6 bar): 0.85l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 3kg without fasteners

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

STAPLERS TOOL SHOWN: TOOLMATIC S540 FASTENING SHEATHING TO WALL PANELS ON A TIMBER FRAME LINE

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CROWN WIDTH

LENGTH

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Automated staplers overview When Haubold joined ITW in 2007 they brought with them over 100 years of experience in staple and stapler development. Combined with Toolmatic technology, this provides automation solutions for a very wide range of fastening tasks. In mainland Europe staplers are even used for applications where nails are traditionally used in the UK, including framing and cladding.

The Toolmatic programme fastens staples from 4mm to 150mm long, with crown widths from 5.8mm to 27mm, including fine wire 20 and 22 gauge staples for fixing breather paper, foils and linings to 14 gauge heavy staples up to 150mm long for fastening insulation and even structural applications. Galvanised and A2 stainless steel staples are available from stock, whilst we can also offer to special order 1.4529 grade ultra corrosion resistant stainless staples for extreme conditions.

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

S210

S220

S210 stapler with long magazine Operational through 360째, including upside down, which makes it & suitable for a wide range of applications & Low profile tool, ideal where height clearance is restricted & Compact - tools can be operated or positioned close to each other & For fine wire, 20 gauge staples & Large air buffer for faster nailing

S220 stapler with top load magazine Operational through 360째, including upside down, which makes it & suitable for a wide range of applications & Large capacity magazine & Can be re-filled during operation & Compact - tools can be operated or positioned close to each other & For fine wire, 20 gauge staples & Large air buffer for faster nailing

S210 typical applications & Vapour control membrane and foils & House wrap & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing

S220 typical applications & Vapour control membrane and foils & House wrap & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing

S220 specification S210 specification Fasteners:

Fasteners:

Light to medium gauge wire staples, 6-25mm long Magazine capacity: Approx. 560 staples Air consumption (at 6 bar): 0.4l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 1.8kg without fasteners

Light to medium gauge wire staples, 6-25mm long Magazine capacity: Aprox. 5000 staples depending on staple type Air consumption (at 6 bar): 0.45l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 4.3kg without fasteners

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S510

S310 / S320 stapler All the features of S210 / S220 plus extra power to drive staples up & to 50mm long & Suitable for both fine and medium wire, 16, 18 and 20 gauge staples

S510 stapler High speed fastening & & Low profile tool, ideal where height clearance is restricted & For medium and heavy, 14, 16 and 18 gauge staples & Large air buffer for faster nailing & No lubrication required

S310 / S320 typical applications & Timber frame sheathing & Timber frame cladding & Timber frame breather membrane & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing

S510 typical applications & Timber frame sheathing & Timber frame cladding & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing & Window frames

S310 / S320 specification Fasteners:

Series 50 (1.0mm dia., 12.4mm crown, 6-16mm long) KG700 (1.5mm dia., 10.9mm crown, 20-50mm long) S310 = approx. 350 depending on Magazine capacity: staple type S320 = approx. 5000 depending staple type and length Air consumption (at 6 bar): S310 = 0.85l / cycle, S320 = 0.9l / cycle 5-8 bar Working pressure: 3kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

S510 specification Fasteners:

KG700 (1.5mm dia., 10.9mm crown width, 38-65mm long) SD91000 (2.0mm dia., 12mm crown width, 38-65mm long) Magazine capacity: Approx. 280 depending on staple type Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.2l / stroke Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 6kg without fasteners

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

S520

S540

S520 stapler High speed fastening & & Large capacity magazine & Can be re-filled during operation & For medium and heavy, 14, 16 and 18 gauge staples & Large air buffer for faster nailing & No lubrication required

S540 stapler High speed fastening & & Large capacity magazine & Cassette magazine can be re-loaded away from station & For medium and heavy, 14, 16 and 18 gauge staples & Large air buffer for faster nailing & No lubrication required

S520 typical applications & Timber frame sheathing & Timber frame cladding Timber frame breather membrane & & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing

S540 typical applications Timber frame sheathing & Timber frame cladding & Timber frame breather membrane & Packaging & Furniture manufacturing &

S520 specification

S540 specification

Fasteners:

KG700 (1.5mm dia., 10.9mm crown width, 38-65mm long) SD91000 (2.0mm dia., 12mm crown width, 38-65mm long) Approx. 1650 depending on staple Magazine capacity: type & length Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.5l / cycle 5-8 bar Working pressure: 9kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

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KG700 (1.5mm dia., 10.9mm crown width, 38-65mm long) SD91000 (2.0mm dia., 12mm crown width, 38-65mm long) Magazine capacity: Approx. 2450 depending on staple type & crown width Air consumption (at 6 bar): 2.5l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 11kg without fasteners

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Modul III

S640 Stapler with removable cassette magazine All the features of S540 with added power to drive heavy staples up & to 80mm long & Can drive both standard and wide crown 14 gauge staples (2.0mm diameter)

Modul III stapler with removable cassettes & Large capacity magazine & Cassette magazine can be re-loaded away from station & Unique guidance system for ensuring directional stability when fixing thick soft or medium density boards to timber structure & Very powerful stapler, for heavy (14 gauge) staples from 65 – 150mm long & Can drive both standard crown (12mm wide) and wide crown (27mm wide) staples

S640 typical applications & KG700 staples for cladding / packaging & SD91000 staples for timber panel and window framing, fire protection and packaging & BK2500 staples for fastening delicate or low density materials

S640 specification

Modul III typical applications & BS29000 staples for fastening low density material, particularly wood & SD91000 staples for framing, fire protection and composite cladding

Fasteners:

KG700 (1.5mm dia., 10.9mm crown, 45-75mm long) SD91000 (2.0mm dia., 12mm crown, 45-80mm long) BK2500 (1.5mm dia., 26mm crown, 45-75mm long) Magazine capacity: Approx. 2450 depending on type and crown width Air consumption (at 6 bar): 3.0l / cycle Working pressure: 5-8 bar Weight (approx): 14kg without fasteners

Modul III specification Fasteners:

BS29000 (2.0mm dia., 27mm crown, 65-150mm long) SD91000 (2.0mm dia., 12mm crown, 90-120mm long) Magazine capacity: 600-900 staples Air consumption (at 6 bar): 3.0l / cycle Working pressure: 7 bar Weight (approx): 16kg without fasteners

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Nailers Pinners & Bradders Staplers Corrugated Fasteners

CORRUGATED FASTENERS TOOL SHOWN: THE NEW TOOLMATIC NC630 CORRUGATED FASTENER PUSHER WITH SIDE LOADING MAGAZINE

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NC820

NC630

NC820 corrugated fastener pusher Consistent high quality fastening with depth of drive accuracy of & 0.1mm & Low noise level contributes to safer working conditions & Clamping action ensures positive fastening & Linear bearings require no lubrication, reducing service intervals

NC630 side loader for jumbo corrugated fasteners Fastens jumbo corrugated fasteners (35mm wide), up to 25mm & long & Enables framing / noggin attachment from above & Ideal for multi-station bridges (framing and sheathing)

NC820 typical applications & Butt joining planks / sheathing boards without support battens & Window and door frames & Roof trusses & Continuous top and bottom rails for panels & Furniture manufacturing

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NC630 typical applications & Butt joining planks / sheathing boards & Noggins & Framing & Timber frame sub components

NC630 specification

Corrugated fasteners, 25mm wide, 12.5 & 15mm long 25 strips = 1,250 fasteners Magazine capacity: Air consumption (at 6 bar): 4.5l / cycle 6-9 bar Working pressure: 12.5kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

Fasteners:

Jumbo corrugated fasteners, 35mm wide, 18 & 25mm long 700 fasteners Magazine capacity: Air consumption (at 6 bar): 3.0l / cycle 5-8 bar Working pressure: 15kg without fasteners Weight (approx):

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