- Varied applications. three staplers in one: flat and saddle stapling (loop stapling as optional extra).
- Flexible. two or more staplers can be linked for simultaneous stapling.
- Functional. adjustable stapling depth and variable impact force.
- Quality. reliable operation, long service life (replaceable stapling head).
- Safe to use. stapling head guard and clearly visible, easy to access stapling zone.
- User-friendly. front-loading. Automatic or pedal-controlled stapling.
- Pedal supplied as standard equipment.
- Stapling performance: Flat and saddle stapling up to 50 sheets (80gsm), loop stapling up to 20 sheets (80gsm)
- Magazine Capacity: 210 staples Rapid 66/6-8+
- Stapling Depth: Variable adjustment up to 100mm
- Weight: 4,200g / 9.3 lbs.
- Supplied With: Wide work table, 250x150mm, 0.7kg. Pedal 0.7kg
- Optional Extras: Rapid 252 stapling head for loop stapling, rail for saddle stapling, narrow work table (60mm) with anvil, opto cables (40 and 70cm)
- Voltage/Frequency: 230V/50Hz, 240V/50Hz, 115V/60Hz
- Dimensions: Length: 250mm; Width: 60mm (narrow work table) 250mm (wide work table); Height: 438mm
- Part Number: R106-Gangster
Reviewed on 10/3/2016
We got the SALCO R106 Gangster twin staplers for our graphic design class. When doing large batches of brochures or booklets, these staplers are ideal. The R106 is great for saddle stapling or flat stapling. It can take a variety of staple sizes, but you should only use the quality staples that are made for it. I tried using "regular" staples and it didn't work very well. You can either use the electric triggers on the staplers themselves, or you can use a foot peddle. Of course, with saddle stapling, you have to use the foot peddle. Made in Sweden, these are the ultimate staplers for a graphics class.