Have recently inquired with my 2 local supply stores in town and they have dealers whom sell tapetech tools. Got a few prices and one was a special on a tapetech finishing set which included the following: at049- 10" flat box
at069- box xtender...
Automatic Taper Trouble Shooting
Originally posted on 2bucks "build a better taper" thread that got off topic- I thought it deserved its own thread
I will add to this as I come across problems tuning up tapers.
I was once told...
I'm about to drop a few thousand on a new set of automatic drywall tools and i'm torn between Columbia and Tape Tech. I just went out on my own and this si goinna be the first set I'm buying on my own. I want to buy the better of the two (obviously). Any feedback would be much appreciated...
Automatic taping tools history
In 1939, brothers Robert and Stan Ames started experimenting with new ways of finishing drywall in Georgia. They were painters and plasterers who came up with the Corner Shoe, which was the first of a long line of drywall tools. The Corner Shoe applied joint...
I need to replace those annoying little set screws that hold the blade in place on a TapeTech angle head. The old ones are stripped out and will not loosen with the standard Allen wrench. Any tips or ideas? First post by the way... Thanks in advance. Haha...
ok seeing how 2buck got me hooked on calling it a Zook I geuss that is his trademark..
Anyway I need a Zook as my Columbia is tired, so anyone want to give there opinion on a good Zook?
Huh a Taper giving an Opinion, that's a first:blink:
The other night, I put in my signature a tape tech logo, thinking no big deal, since I own some tape tech tools. I jokingly said in a thread, that maybe I might get a free T shirt (post # 31) http://www.drywalltalk.com/f7/sanding-sponges-vs-sanding-screen-862/index2/ Mudshark followed with a...
Can anyone tell me which brands are the best, specially in what respects to
1) box capacity
2) Not needing much mantainance and replacing parts
3) Not inflated price
(Does this exists???)
PS Have to shipp them to South Americas southest country.. too far:yes:
PS2 What do you...
For finishers who have asked about pricing recently:
TapeTech has introduced their "Never Stop Saving" Sale, which now includes the Ames Bazooka Continuous Flow Systems up to 30% off standard pricing for the period September 1, 2011- November 30, 2011.
Systems and possible combinations may be...
i see Tape tech is looking for the oldest working bazoka. if you win the contest you have to give them the bazoka though.
i believe i still have 0004, fourth one made?, with fat green bushings in head.
TapeTech identified a defective part on the 88TTE Extendable Box handles manufactured between November 2010 and May 15, 2011. The defect causes the set screws to shear off and renders the handle inoperable.
TapeTech has remedied the problem and we have a repair kit that includes...
Bout 17 years ago I bought a set of used Tape Tech tools for a grand and have upgraded here and there over the years. My question is: My bazooka has serial number 1924 stamped on the head. Anyone know how old she is? I'm good to her and she's never let down :yes:. Like to to know a little more...
looking to buy taping tool set but still debating what brand I should go with. I'm stuck between Tape Tech, Columbia, or North Star. Also looking for a good site that sell it for a good price. Any suggestion
Just bought a Tape Tech angle head. 3" easy roll. Have used one since they came out. Great angle head. The one I got today in the mail is WAY out of square. What's up with that? Have they lost their quality control?