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DeLi Deli Long Arms Stapler 12# 0334


If you are looking for office stapler, we are excited to recommend you this Deli Long Arms Stapler.The arms stapler is the ultimate heavy duty stapler for those who expect nothing but the best. Arms stapler offers a unique blend superior pe...
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  • ShuDing Kinds: 24/6 ~ 26/6
  • Order Sheet Thickness: 20pages / with 80g
  • Binding Acuities Number: ≤ 50pcs
  • Positive locking latch of the arms stapler ensures the confidence and control of a secure stapling position
  • Arms stapler is durable construction with a unique exterior style
  • And the smooth top and sides make arms stapler a comfortable stapler to handle
  • Office stapler has ample weight for its size, and a nice bottom to keep it from slipping
  • Unique design and legendary performance - the star of any office space
  • Long arms stapler offers the added versatility of pinning and tacking


DeLi Deli Long Arms Stapler 12# 0334

  • Deli Office Stapler 12# 0334. Arms stapler is durable construction with a unique exterior style

DeLi Deli Long Arms Stapler 12# 0334

  • Positive locking latch of the arms stapler ensures the confidence and control of a secure stapling position

DeLi Deli Long Arms Stapler 12# 0334

  • Unique design and legendary performance - the star of any office space. Long arms stapler offers the added versatility of pinning and tacking

How to Fix a Stapler:

  • Grasp the stainless steel part of the stapler with one hand, and the plastic/acrylic top with the other. Pull them apart until you can see the inside of the stapler
  • Move all of the good staples that you can grab back from the head of the stapler and remove them temporarily
  • Use your tweezers to pull as many of the staples from the front of the stapler out as possible. Your goal is to get to the very first staple at the front, which is probably lodged in. If you can't get that last staple out with your tweezers, try inserting a small flathead screwdriver inside. Work it under the jammed staple until it's free. Use the flathead screwdriver to push the jammed staple up and out from the bottom of the stapler head
  • If you have a heavy-duty stapler (the ones that are used to attach pictures and wires to hard surfaces) the staples are longer and more difficult to remove when lodged into the stapler head. First pull out the spring assembly. Use a pair of needle-nosed pliers to pull the jammed staples out of the head of the stapler. In a worst-case scenario, it could help to drop the stapler on a solid surface a few times to loosen up the staples

How Is a Stapler Made:


  • Staplers come in many sizes and shapes, and have just as many uses. Staplers are used in the manufacturing of many types of furniture, the laying of carpet, the closing of certain wounds after medical procedures, attaching electrical wiring, installing of insulation, the construction of many types of picture frames, and of course, the many uses in the home and office environments. The primary focus of this article is the basic office stapler

Basic Parts

  • The basic parts of a stapler include the arm which is attached to the base, most commonly with a metal pin, the magazine cartridge which contains the carriage that holds the staples, a guide spring that feeds the staples to the front of the stapler, a tooth that pushes down on the staples when the arm is pressed, and a leaf style spring that returns the arm to its resting position once a staple has been pressed. Depending on the size of the stapler, the base can either be a solid formed piece of sheet metal, or can contain a spring controlled plate which sits under the spot where the staples come out. This plate can be rotated to control whether the arms of the staple fold in, as is the most common direction, or fold outward, which has been found to accommodate more sheets of paper

How a Stapler is Made

  • Most parts of staplers these days are machine manufactured. The arm and base, depending on the size of the stapler, can be made of injection-molded plastic, a process in which liquid plastic is injected into a large collection of pre-shaped metal molds that, once the plastic is cooled, form the plastic into the needed shape. They can also be stamped out of various thicknesses of sheet metal, a process that involves large sheets of metal, usually steel or aluminum, that move through a series of machines that first cut out the basic shape of the parts needed and then, using large hydraulic presses, bend and shape the metal into the desired shape. The coiled springs are made by a series of machines that take long spools of wire with various diameters, cut the wire to length, coil them to the necessary shape and finally heat-treats them to give them their spring properties. All other parts of the stapler are stamped out of sheet metal. The individual pieces are assembled by hand, with the assistance of machines that close the rivets and make sure the pieces fit tightly together

Package Included:

  • 1 x Stapler