Makita DBN500ZJ Brad NailerMakita DBN500ZJ nail gun, nailgun, or nailer is a kind of tool used to force nails into wood or some other sort of material. It is normally powered by compressed air (pneumatic), electromagnetism, highly flammable gases such as butane or propane, or, for powder-actuated instruments, a small explosive charge. Makita DBN500ZJ Brad Nailer nail guns have largely replaced hammers as the preferred weapon for builders. Morris Pynoos, a civil engineer by trade, developed the nail gun as part of his work on Howard Hughes' Hughes H-4 Hercules (known as the Spruce Goose). The wooden fuselage was hammered and glued together until the nails were cut.
Makita Cordless DBN500ZJ Brad NailerDBN500ZJ Makita Brad Nailer's first nail gun, which used air friction, was brought to the market in 1950 to accelerate the installation of housing floor sheathing and sub-floors. The original nail gun was used while standing, and the user could nail 40-60 nails every minute. It had a nail capacity of 400-600. Makita Cordless DBN500ZJ Brad Nailer nail guns have increasingly supplanted hammers as the favored tool for builders. As part of his dissertation on Howard Hughes' Hughes H-4 Hercules, Morris Pynoos, a civil engineer by profession, invented the nail shot (known as the Spruce Goose). When the nails were removed, the wooden fuselage was hammered and nailed together.
Makita Brad Nailer Features
- Only 28mm Distance between Nail exit and tangential line of the front body
- Slim nose allows better visibility for easy access to the point you aim at. Enables user to shoot nails into tight spaces.
- LED job light
- Rocker switch to select sequential/bump fire mode
- Equipped with Battery protection circuit: designed to protect the battery from damages due to over-discharge, high temperature, or overload current.