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Salco R105E electric table top stapler (standard 66 series), a new and improved version of the original Rapid 100E. Staples up to 50 sheets of 20 lbs paper. Gangable. 220V staplers available. Uses EBS staples, 1/4" - 11/32". Stainless steel staples available. 1 box of 210/6EBS (5,000 staples) included with each unit ordered.
The 210/6 EBS 1/4" staple will staple up to 20 sheets of standard bond paper. Beyond that, the 210/8 EBS is required. Make sure to purchase the EBS [Electric Blue Streak™] staple as standard round-wire staples are too soft and will jam in the electric stapler causing premature stapling head wear. The EBS™ staple is specifically engineered for use in production electric staplers.
If you are stapling heavier card stock, there is a 44-series staple head available for the R105E. See R105E (44 series)
Salco R105E 66 Series Features:
- Adjustable power setting
- Bump switch or foot pedal activation
- Safety Shield
- Optional table clamp
- Optional adjustable stand (Must have a table clamp to use this feature)
- 4 rubber feet
- Interchangeable 66 Series and 44 Series stapling heads
- Adjustable anvil allows for outward clinch capabilities
Salco R105E Specifications:
- Throat Depth 4" (101 mm) Adjustable
- Weight 8.5 lbs.
- Length 9-3/4"
- Height 10-1/4"
- Width (Total) 4"
- Voltage- 110V or 220V
- Stapling (Pages) 50
- Staple Load 210
- Staples 1/4", 5/16", 11/32
- 2 to 50 sheets of 20 lb copy paper
- Header cards (4" max depth)
- Blister packs
- Clam shell packaging
- Mailing and shipping envelopes
- Paper bags
- Pinning layers of fabric together
The R105E allows the user the versatility of switching the stapling head from its standard 66 series to a heavier 44 series; by changing the stapling head the tool is able to staple through denser materials than an "average office stapler".
The 66 series unit takes a staple that is a thin, flat wire designed for graphics use. If your application is stapling paper (preferably 20 lb copy paper, 50 sheets maximum) the 66 standard series would work best for you.