A row of nails is a new type of woodworking nail that is glued or otherwise bonded to a single nail arranged according to certain rules. The studs are placed in the nail gun and powered by electricity or compressed air, and are injected into the board, plastic, or other composite material by impact. It has been used more and more widely in the construction, decoration, furniture, packaging, leather shoes, leather goods and other industries.
The biggest advantage of row nailing is that it has high work efficiency, labor saving and labor saving, and its work efficiency is several times that of hammer operation. Another advantage is that the process performance is good, and the workpiece after work is beautiful in appearance. Therefore, a large number of nails have been used in the decoration and furniture production. In the early 1980s, the nails were widely used in developed countries, and their dosage has occupied the world's woodworking nails. 15%-20% of the total.
The common types of nails are mainly divided into: paper-studded nails, plastic-studded nails, and steel-plated nails. The individual shapes are ̊F-shaped, T-shaped, and U-shaped. According to the production process, they can be divided into two categories: One type is paper-row nails, plastic-studded nails, and straight-row nails. The other type is the largest amount of nails in the front row of steel-plated nails. The materials used are mainly carbon steel. The general production process is as follows: The round wire is flattened, flattened and gathered on a certain number of spools. After being glued by a gluing machine, it is dried to form a tape, and the tape is fed into a molding host to be cut, formed, and headed, thereby completing the entire production process. At present, the main equipment used in the production of pool type nails are mainly gluing machines, flattening machines and forming machines.