Wooden Nails
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  Re: RE: Wooden Nails by hcbph (That is amazing.  On...)
(05-11-2020, 07:16 PM)hcbph Wrote: That is amazing.  One thing though is kind of like Sawstop, if you want to use their product you have to use their special tool.
I wonder if there's some upper limit on the hardness of the wood that it can be used in?

Yah I was wondering that to since they said they used Basswood which is pretty soft stuff but I love carving with it.

Before most woodworkers would buy something like that they would need to see how it does with HARD woods into side grain, end grain, and face grain.
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  Re: Wooden Nails by gMike (My kid, who keeps up...)
Is that a pack of wooden nails in your pocket or are you happy to see me?
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#17
  Re: Wooden Nails by gMike (My kid, who keeps up...)
Interesting, but man those are big nails.  I don't think those would be appropriate for a surface that will be stained, since the exposed portion of the nail is end grain.  Unless that's the appearance you're going for.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m63me5Yv1GI
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  Re: Wooden Nails by gMike (My kid, who keeps up...)
It is available - has been since last year. The tool is $499 - out of stock right now. The nails aren't cheap.

https://worldclasssupply.com/store/LignoLoc-nailer.html
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Allan Hill
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