Using a V-nailer to assemble a chopped frame


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Using a V-nailer to assemble a chopped frame

What I'd like to do for you now is demonstrate how to use a V-Nailer or Underpinner to assemble a chopped wooden frame. This particular V-Nailer is made my INMES, it's a Brazilian made product. It's operated by a foot pedal, and it works fairly simply. I have just got a piece of scrap wood to show you its operation. This little V here is where the nail comes out, and I am just going to hold this, what would be half of a leg of the two legs I am molding in place. And you can see as I put my foot on this paddle the first thing that happens is this top unit comes down till it strikes the wood.

As soon as that strikes the wood, it stops moving and the pressure from the peddle drives a nail up through the wood, as you can see, right there. Once again, and here I will just move it forward a little bit so you can see that again. Press down this stops, as soon as this is stopped the force is transferred to the nail, and you can see it drives the nail cleanly up into the end of the side of the f...

Using a V-nailer to assemble a chopped frame
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Using a V-nailer to assemble a chopped frame provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Konrad Eek as part of the Matting, Framing, and Hanging Your Photographs

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