- EW Hot Stapler Plastic Repair System
EW Hot Stapler Plastic Repair System
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Hot Stapler System makes structurally sound repairs of damaged plastic parts
Why replace expensive parts if you don't have to? Eastwood's Hot Stapler is a precision-engineered tool that helps you make solid, permanent repairs of breaks, cracks and tears in rigid or flexible plastic parts.
- Just a few hot staples can save hundreds in replacement-part costs
- For automotive, power sports, hobby and industrial applications
- 3 staple-mounting options
- 3 staple types (1/2" wide)
- 3 heat settings for a variety of applications
About EW Hot Stapler Plastic Repair System
As you hold the wand in position and press the button, the attached staple heats up. When you see it start to melt the plastic, simply push it halfway into the plastic. The staple will be fused into the damaged, broken or cracked plastic, and as the staple and plastic cool, they create a reinforced bridge between the two sections, restoring the plastic part to its original strength. Three heat settings allow you to work on a variety of plastic materials. 3 types of 1/2"-wide stainless steel staples (flat, wave and corner) for wide, tight or corner applications. Wand holds the staple at 45°, 90°, or 180° angles.
Use to repair urethane bumper covers, broken or torn tabs, consoles and dashes, plastic toolboxes, headlamp assemblies and more.
Eastwood Hot Stapler Unit
0.8mm Flat Staples (100)
0.8mm Wave Staples (100)
0.8mm Corner Staples (100)
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13650A Additional Flat Staples (100)
13650B Additional Wave Staples (100)
13650C Additional Corner Staples (100)
Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection when using this item. Consult instructions for electrical safety warnings. This should only be used by a trained professional who is familiar with plastic repair and electronic equipment.
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