An Experts Guide to Operate Ryobi Nailers
Are you facing problem driving nails into your hardwood or metal with your hammer and nails? Do you want to complete your project faster and more accurately? For difficult spaces to reach, a nail gun is perfect to complete the project and it is safe also.
If you are trying to solve this problem, nail guns should be your best option to go ahead. There are actually two types of nail guns- battery-powered and airstrike.
In this article, I am not going to tell you about both guns. Instead, today I am here to describe you only about a nail gun operated by air. And, this gun is of course very convenient to reach difficult corners, furniture’ round edges and so forth. Operating a nail gun may be somehow easy for those who are already experienced in this field but may also be daunting and hard to understand for others. I will take you to the whole operating system of the Ryobi Airstrike nail guns. For further information, you can also read Ryobi Airstrike Review.
Looks bulky but convenient to use
Most of the Ryobi nail guns are 6.8 pounds in weight without the weight of its batter which is also 1.5 pounds. So, in total it is almost 8.3 pounds altogether. Actually, it looks bulky with its outer appearance but easy to handle and continue your project with it.
Not need a lot of space
If you use it once, you may fall in love with the tool to do your personal woodworking or commercial also. You may be thinking right now that how can you use it in a small space. Yes, you can do it as you do not need to use hoses and pipes. And, you need not use the compressor as well. So, there should be no annoying noise of doing the project indoor or in your garden.
Its Grip Zone allows you to hold it tightly so that it adds extra benefit to continue your work of driving nails into the hardwood or metal.
Depth of drive
Depending on your work, you can set its air pressure as low or high. But make sure you detach or remove the battery from the tool for doing the adjustment. Otherwise, your tool may not work well. When you are finished adjusting your air pressure mode, attach the battery with your nail gun and continue your work.
There is also a LED light which can be activated by the pressure of your finger so that you can see the space clearly to drive the nails into the hardwood or metal.
Flawless of your work
As you can drive the nails into any corner or edges you need, it adds speeds to your work. It does your nailing work faster in comparison to the hammer and nails. Besides, it is safe and at the same time easy to work. A no-brainer can also operate the tool with ease if he has only a little technical knowledge on the power tools.
Sometimes the magazine may jam
If you feel difficulties driving the nails into the hardwood or anything like that, you need to check whether there are nails jammed in the output section of the tool. Do the nails jam frequently? If so, there might be problems and they may be of two types. The nails you are using may be in the wrong size or there is a problem in their guage.
It is recommended to read the manual for the manufacturer to understand the functionality of the tool clearly before going to use it.
In this case, all you need to do to continue your project is to replace the damaged nails and load with the perfect size and guage. Re-attach the battery and start doing your work again without any inconvenience. Also, forget not to clean the magazine and tighten all the screws of the tool.
Blinking of LED flash
Is it blinking continuously? The battery may be out of charge and not able to operate the tool. So, make sure the battery is fully charged to work without any disruption.
Machines can be broken anytime and may not work properly due to technical issues. Like another tool, it may have some problems. Still, you can do your project fast, safe and easy if you can follow the above-mentioned things properly. I hope this article has helped you to drive the nails into the hard wood or metal fast and sequentially.