They say the best investment in life are tools of the trade. But which tools and how do they improve the trade? Let’s take a closer look at the different types of automatic drywall tools and how they speed up the installation process.
Automatic Taping versus Finishing Tools
As you can see, automatic drywall tools come in two main categories: taping and finishing. You will see this distinction often when browsing the different brands and tools online. Automatic taping tools include the banjo and bazooka which apply mud and tape simultaneously to help streamline the taping process. These are often referred to as automatic tapers.
Automatic finishing tools include everything from flat boxes to nailspotters to drywall sanders which are all designed to achieve a professional-level finish. As you become more familiar with the different tools and applications, you can begin to pinpoint how to incorporate automation into your workflow.
So, there you have it – the tools of the trade. Now that you’re familiar with the different types of automatic drywall tools and how they speed up the installation process, check out Are Automatic Drywall Tools Worth It? where we explore why these high-powered tools become an essential part of every drywall finisher’s tool set.
If you’re new to automatic tools, then you’ve come to the right place. We publish helpful content every month to help you make the right choice for you and your business. To find out more about the advantages of going automatic, check out The 7 Benefits of Automatic Drywall Tools.
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