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Senco Fastening Systems DS235-AC 7T0001N Collated Screw Gun, Corded, 1 - 2-In. Capacity

by Senco
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  • 1 to 2" cap, DS235-AC
  • Corded collated screw gun
  • Quick slide button bit change
  • Precise depth-of-drive adjustment with depth locky
  • Patent pending corner-fit feed system
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Product Description

Fast speed in a compact well balanced package provides the ultimate in performance for the most demanding professional drywall installer. Perfect for the professional who needs corded power & speed for both drywall & wood to wood applications. Precise depth-of-drive adjustment with depth locky. Patent pending corner-fit feed system. 1 to 2" cap, DS235-AC Corded collated screw gun Quick slide button bit change Precise depth-of-drive adjustment with depth locky Patent pending corner-fit feed system 0-5,000 RPM variable speed, with high torque motor & reverse switch Perfect for the professional who needs corded power & speed for both drywall & wood to wood applications 1 year warranty by manufacturer.

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Technical Details
Part Number 7T0001N
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions4 x 19 x 13 inches
OriginTaiwan
Item model numberDS235-AC
ColorGray
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00DP5B92A
Best Sellers Rank #94,292 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 28, 2013
  
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By KENDOE on July 18, 2014
First off. A friend has the cordless model of this tool. I have used it and fell in love with the system. It actually made hanging drywall a breeze. Then I got to looking at the corded model. I went with the corded model because of several factors. No adjustment screw for length of screws. This one has an adjustment button. Makes life easier. Higher RPM's. Lighter. Even with the cord. No batteries to keep up with. No allen wrenches to keep up with and it comes with a heavier guage end for wood and most importantly concrete backer board. Now I do alot of tile work and when I also found that senco also made the screws for the backer board I had to have this system. Now as I said I do quite a bit of tile and have nailed the hardie board '' which is a pain and time consuming'' and used the Phillips head screws that u buy at the orange box that u have to fight to get flush or counter sunk for that matter. This tool with the backer board screws make hanging or putting the backer board down a breeze. I would highly recommend this tool to anyone that does drywall or tile. Senco just made my life a whole lot easier.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mike on May 8, 2014
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I wanted one of these for years and finally bought it. It has not disappointed. It's really incredible how well it works IMO. The only drawback is that it really wants to be perpendicular so use it as intended for flat surfaces (specifically sheet rock of course).
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Winter Solstice on May 7, 2014
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This is my first collated drill, my contractor suggested it (he had a cordless & corded on in his tool arsenal and showed) Man I feel like a cave "woman" that just discovered fire! I can't believe how EASY it is to pop a screw in a wall or rigid wood. In retrospect, I was REALLY struggling before *ha!* Even with the recommendation from my contractor, I read a few reviews before buying and saw a few complaints about the "drill bit". Something about the distributors/sellers have been switching the manufacturer bit with a cheap generic non-Senco brand bit, that was needing to be replaced often. I anticipated this being a future issue, so I purchased a few Senco replacement bits (square head) at the same time I bought the drill.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Heilman on August 2, 2014
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I was generally quite happy with the gun. It is a bit heavy, of course, which means that it is best used with two hands. The action can be a bit stiff. By this I mean that when you push it up against the drywall sometimes it takes a hefty push to activate the the gun. I wanted it mainly for dry walling ceilings and it did that well.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brian B. on October 7, 2014
All my handy friends and coworkers have tool envy. This thing is great. I can throw up drywall or subfloor or both in a fraction of the time they can with a handful of screws and a driver. Surprisingly lightweight. Adjusting screwtype is a breeze and tool less. Something to note that worried me at first was the bit wouldn't spin when I pulled the trigger, but after reading the manual, it said it wouldn't engage the bit unless there was pressure against the auto fed screws. I tested it by pushing the bit into my hand (not recommended!) and sure enough, the bit started to spin like it was supposed to. Get this tool. For the price, it's a great investment and will speed up your work.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 3, 2015
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Great product work great for drywall. Makes the job 10 time easier. Make sure you read instructions or you will get miss feed more often. Need slight adjusting for first-time use, but once its rolling its a life saver. Main use drywall into old hardwood. Would recommend this to anyone who wants to save time.
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I bought two of these guns to screw down 3/4" subfloor with 2" screws.
We experienced about 10% miss feeds, I suspect from the screw belts being twisted or dragging to the side-not sure why. Also the guns ran really hot driving the 2" screws. We eventually had to just use one driver at a time while the other cooled. Lubricating the screws might have helped but you shouldn't have to. I suspect just because it can drive a two inch screw doesn't mean it's happy doing so. We drove maybe 700 fasteners before I decided I didn't like the gun. It may be OK with smaller screws and I'm going to try it on some drywall and will revise this review. The gun seems to be well built. Oh, you will need to buy extra drivers. My son stripped a square #2 driver on his first screw. About 15 years ago I bought a Quick Drive gun (now sold by Simpson) which also had a lot of jams. I used it on a couple jobs before I gave it up.

I do have one passing thought. Perhaps we were driving the screws at to low of a speed and that's what caused the guns to heat up. ????? I just don't recall. I'd return the guns if I could but I bought the guns through Acme Electric and no longer have their packing info, etc. a. These guns will probably end up in the store room with my other tool trophies that failed to perform:(
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