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SENCO FASTENING SYSTEMS 6E0001N 18GA Fusion Brad Nailer

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  • Serco, 18 Gauge, Fusion Brad Nailer
  • Straight strip, cordless pneumatic tool
  • Powered by a lithium ion battery and sealed piston driver
  • Tool can fire multiple times in a matter of a second and can shoot up to 600 nails on a single charge
  • Item comes with one battery, one charger and a soft carrying case
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Technical Details
Part Number 6E0001N
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions20.1 x 7.1 x 14.8 inches
Item model number6E0001N
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Voltage18 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Handles1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Required?No
  
Technical Specification
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF]
Additional Information
ASINB005GKAG0I
Best Sellers Rank #23,971 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 9, 2011
  
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Product Description

Serco, 18 Gauge, Fusion Brad Nailer. This is a straight strip, cordless pneumatic tool. Does not use any gas fuel, because it is powered by a lithium ion battery and sealed piston driver. This tool can fire multiple times in a matter of a second and can shoot up to 600 nails on a single charge. This item comes with one battery, one charger and a soft carrying case.

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Bulb Voltage
18.00 Volts

Customer Reviews

The LED light is also a nice feature.
J. Lindtner
This attempt was unsuccessful and I was told to take the tool to a Senco repair center.
Michael B.
And on soft material, the safety mechanism can dent the wood.
TomK1

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Pro Tool Reviewer on January 21, 2012
Pros: Immediate trigger response, No fuel cells, LED worklight, Battery level gauge
Cons: High initial cost

Given the versatile size and availability of straight 18-gauge brad nails, the Senco FN55AX has endless possibilities in doing light to medium-duty levels of trim work. Plus, the idea of not having to drag around an air compressor, hose and drop cords is huge. We used this nailer to trim out some custom built-in bookcases. We first built the individual bookcase sections in our shop and then transported them to the office where they were to be installed. Once we had everything lined up and secured to the wall, we used the Senco FN55AX to secure the crown trim around the top edges, the ribbed trip between the shelves and the trim around the base. At first glance we thought the nailer looked a little large for being a brad nailer, but after completing this project, we actually found it to be quite balanced. Not once did its size become an issue with installing any of the trim. The tip was easy to see and precise nail placement was not a problem. The built-in LED light also was a welcomed feature that will make nailing in the dark obsolete. The battery life was more than sufficient as we did not need to charge it through the course of an entire day of doing trim work. The power level gauge built into the battery is also a helpful feature that we wish more manufacturers of Lithium-ion powered tools would take note of.

The Senco FN55AX is a wonderful cordless nailer that can totally replace its pneumatic counterparts. After getting a lots of good use in, it's really easy to recommend this nailer. While it does have a high initial cost, given the long warranty and no need for compressors and hoses, it's still a compelling choice. If you are on the market for a portable trim brad nailer we would suggest you put this tool towards the top of your list. Professional features, precision nail placement and complete portability... what more do you want?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Aldo on September 21, 2013
I am a cabinet maker to trade and I have owned the 18g Fusion for 4 months now and find it to be a very capable piece of kit. It has nailed everything I have tried it on even the hardest of oaks. Just a few things to watch out for when using it. 1. There is a bedding in period with this tool, mine took about 500 nails to set the nails consistently 2. The depth gauge, DO NOT turn beyond it's deepest setting or the safety will jam in and can take a good 10-15 minutes to unjam it. 3. Watch the angle your nailing at, as the nose can badly mark the work piece, I decided after a few months that I was happy enough with the tool to void the warranty by grinding the nose to a more suitable shape which made it far better at cross nailing and stopped it marking, also took off the no mar tip and ground off the corners on the safety as it was cutting through the rubber. I have fired close to 15000 nails of different lengths in the time I have had it and not a single nail jam. I bought a second battery when I bought it and have used it just a handful of times. In reflection I could have lived without a spare and saved some money. I hope this review helps. An update to my review 07/12/13 the gearing for the motor has failed and it's away for repair under warranty. So this will test their customer service. Will update again when I got my gun back. Finally got it back on 02/02/14 which is taking the mick. Already it is broke again 10/03/14. This time it fired 2 nails at once and jammed in the gun. Which stopped the driver blade coming right out and then the motor pulled it back further than it is supposed to go and burst the seal on the tank. This gun is far too fragile for a professional if it can't survive 1 nail jam. So I'm requesting a refund. The tech is a great idea, shame it's just isn't up to the task in reality.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael B. on February 18, 2014
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I bought this nail gun in June of 2013. It worked great for the first six months. I own many nail guns and found myself going to this gun whenever I needed an 18 gauge gun. Then one day it stopped working. The striking plate would not reset. I contacted Senco and spoke with a rep who walked me through the procedure to reset the gun. This attempt was unsuccessful and I was told to take the tool to a Senco repair center. I was directed to one within 20 miles of where I live. When I walked in and showed them the gun, I was informed that no one had been trained on the Fusion model and they could not work on it. I contacted Senco and was informed that they could not understand and the guns were easy to work on. Maybe they are but as I came to find out, no one knows how to work on them. I was then sent to another Senco repair facility in Houston, Tx. (the 4th largest city in the United States). Once again the repair center told me they had not been trained on the Fusion Nail Guns and they did not want to try and fix something they knew nothing about. While I was there the manager contacted the Senco representative and he was informed that another company in Houston was an authorized Senco repair facility and they could work on the Fusion Nail Gun. I left and took the tool to the repair facility. The repair tech was not in but I was able to leave the gun for repair. A week later I contacted the repair facility and spoke with the tech. He informed me that he has never worked on the Fusion Nail Gun and has had no training on repairing the tool. He further informed me that he could not even get Senco to send him a schematic of the tool. The tech informed me that he ordered the complete guts of the tool and maybe when he gets the parts he can take the tool apart and try and fix it.Read more ›
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