Bradders and pinners are specialized fastening tools that are similar to nailers and staplers but designed for more delicate applications. They are commonly used in woodworking and carpentry projects that require precision and minimal surface damage.
Bradders: Bradders, also known as brad nailers or brad guns, are pneumatic tools specifically designed for driving brads into materials. Brads are thin, small-gauge nails that leave minimal visible marks after being driven in. Bradders are ideal for attaching delicate moldings, trim, and other lightweight materials. They are commonly used in furniture making, cabinet installation, and other finish carpentry tasks.
Pinners: Pinners, also called pin nailers or pin guns, are similar to bradders but drive even smaller and thinner pins into materials. Pins are extremely thin nails that are almost invisible after being driven in, leaving no noticeable marks on the surface. Pinners are often used in detailed woodworking projects, such as securing delicate veneers, assembling small pieces of wood, or attaching decorative elements without the need for additional fasteners.