22 Jun Now You Can Stand Up to Set Screws
Senco’s latest expansion to its award-winning line of Duraspin™ auto-feed screwdrivers includes the DS530 series of attachments that instantly turn DeWalt, Makita and Senco drivers into fatigue-reducing tools that feed collated screws automatically. The DS530 attachment line-up includes three models, one for each brand of compatible tool, with an extension pole, power-grip adjustable handle, adaptors and three drive bits. The attachments, which feed screws from 1” to 3” long, can be connected directly to the screw guns with an adaptor for one-handed fastening of drywall, fence boards, sheathing, cement board and much more. Each DS530 attachment also comes with a three-foot extension pole that turns the driver into a stand-up tool, reducing back and joint strain. Innovations include a quick-release clamp that instantly connects the DS530 with no additional tools required. There’s a patented sliding screw guide that prevents jams and misfeeds, and a Corner-Fit Feed system that easily drives screws into tight spaces. The devices also offer tool-free screw length adjustment, an adjustable depth of drive with a depth lock, and the Feed-on-Return drive system that automatically puts each screw in place.
The DS530-M1 fits seven common Makita corded and cordless screwdrivers. The DS530-DI fits eight common DeWalt corded and cordless screwdrivers, and the DS530-S1 fits Senco’s SG2510 and SG4100 corded screwdrivers. Two all-in-one kits include a Senco screwdriver and storage bag, as well as a DS530 attachment and accessories. Options include the DS534-AC kit that has a 4,000-RPM SG4100 screwdriver, a DS530-S1 attachment, extension pole, three drive bits, an adjustable handle and a storage bag, and the DS532-AC kit that includes a 2,500-RPM SG2510 screwdriver, a DS530-S1 attachment, extension pole, three drive bits, an adjustable handle and a storage bag.