CRL PD9 Diamond Point Driver for #1 Points

Item #: PD9 by CR Laurence

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CRL PD9 Diamond Point Driver for #1 Points

Item #: PD9 by CR Laurence

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  • All Metal Design
  • Drives 5/16" (No. 1) Diamond Points
  • Adjustable Strike Force

Point Number

1

Material

Metal

CRL PD9 Diamond Point Driver is made up of small rubber cushions to provide perfect angle. Adjustable strike force allows the user to drive the points deeply enough in hard or softwood frames to hold the glass with 1/8" (3.2 mm) of exposure over the glass. It helps to secure the glass in place with CRL No. 1 Diamond Points and warm up the putty. Important Notes Unit only accepts CRL 1P, 1B, and NW1P points. The bottom of the PD9 Point Driver must be held in flat contact with the glass or mat surface when fired. Failure to do so will result in Points dropping through the bottom of the driver when the trigger is activated. DS 06/28/2016

From Manufacturer

The best and fastest way to glaze wood sash is to start off with a CRL PD9 Diamond Point Driver. Secure the glass in place with CRL No. 1 Diamond Points and warm up the putty. Adjustable strike force allows the user to drive the points deeply enough in hard or softwood frames to hold the glass with 1/8" (3.2 mm) of exposure over the glass. This low profile is easily covered during putty application.
The CRL PD9 is built with small rubber cushions on the base to make sure tool is perfectly angled to properly set the points.Important Notes

Unit only accepts CRL 1P, 1B, and NW1P points. The bottom of the PD9 Point Driver must be held in flat contact with the glass or mat surface when fired. Failure to do so will result in Points dropping through the bottom of the driver when the trigger is activated.