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rivet sealer 3000? any one tried it?

Discussion in 'Installation Equipment & Techniques' started by lexsigns, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. lexsigns

    lexsigns Member

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    Looks like a great tool- if it works and fits any heatgun.
    Fellers discontinued it...if it is good where can you get it besides direct?

    http://blackthornetools.com/
    here is a link to it

    thanks in advance for any input :) have a great day!
     
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  3. 2B

    2B Moderator

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    interesting,

    thanks for the info
     
  4. lexsigns

    lexsigns Member

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    thanks!!- I may be the first guinea pig and keep you posted
     
  5. Wraptrick

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    I've tried this out... The part you attach to the heat gun did not fit our heat guns, which are DeWalt. The handy 4 pin poker was great until all the needles bent and broke, halfway through the trailer we got it for. IMO, I'd try the RollePro rivet cutter, works pretty well.
     
  6. signpost-boston

    signpost-boston Making America great, one sign at a time.

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    i have one. it does work. not all rivets are the same diameter as the gun, for, it only has two settings. kinda lame.
    but it saves time.
     
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    signed off me

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    Just re hashing an old post, has anyone tried it recently, is it better made then before and do you know if it can be purchased in canada ( grimco in canada doesn't stock it )
     
  8. lexsigns

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    I did buy it way back- Works really good. I had a bunch of box trucks to do with rivets..
    I cant remember where I ended up getting it though. The pins were a pain to change when you drop it other than that it was good.
     
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