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    Lightbulb New - Grommet gun for shared holes.

    It protect your string from brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dean2k View Post
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    seem from the picture... you already damage the holes...

    maybe you should you the tools i use from my post... cheaper/safer/multipurpose!!!

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    good and trustworthy... will not damage frame holes..

    can use to extract damaged grommet... easy to use..

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    The purpose of grommet punch and grommet gun are different.


    Grommet punch is used to insert grommet into the hole.


    Grommet gun is used to melt the end of the grommet(for shared hole) to prevent tearing purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dean2k View Post
    Grommet gun is used to melt the end of the grommet(for shared hole) to prevent tearing purposes.
    Ah, that's what i wasn't getting from the photos (I can't read Korean). Neat idea though.

    I use a plastic G clamp with a metal cone to carefully splay the trimmed grommet, then finish off with the handle of a plastic awl for a similar result.

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    can you really call this a grommet gun? or a glue gun with no glue in it

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    The grommet gun is made based on the glue gun. (actually This is a custom-made tool )
    so it looks like a glue gun.

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    Victor has one that looks like a soldering iron (probably way lower temperature).

    the gluegun is an excellent idea, as it is low temp to start with.

    looks like anyone DIY something similar. can go buy a glue gun for like $10 and then stick a round headed nail or screw at the tip.

    thank you for sharing!

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    It's my DIY something.

    The seller’s contact details are as follows:

    Contact: Pilco Kee
    Email: iwiller@naver.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by dean2k View Post
    The purpose of grommet punch and grommet gun are different.


    Grommet punch is used to insert grommet into the hole.


    Grommet gun is used to melt the end of the grommet(for shared hole) to prevent tearing purposes.
    as I say... it is multi-purpose.. it can insert/extract grommet. it can also create shared hole (truppet holes) .. all in one... not just a punch..

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    this tools that I used is a wonder.. very easy to use! step 1 : remove all damage grommets (small) by change the fittings.. step 2: replace all grommets... step 3: remove all the shared grommets with a changed fitting.. Last step: change the tool's fitting and clamp the truppet shape for all the shared grommet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juventus1 View Post
    this tools that I used is a wonder.. very easy to use! step 1 : remove all damage grommets (small) by change the fittings.. step 2: replace all grommets... step 3: remove all the shared grommets with a changed fitting.. Last step: change the tool's fitting and clamp the truppet shape for all the shared grommet.

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    Where can I buy this tool? And price? Thanks

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    This tool is from Forten, costs about CNY400

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    Thanks, will contact Forten, is not in their catalogue, hope they still sell them. Very useful tool!

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