TESTO INDUSTRY CORP.
|TESTO INDUSTRY CORP. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130014608||Adjustable trigger for a powered toolAANM Yang; BradAACI Taichung CityAACO TWAAGP Yang; Brad Taichung City TW - A trigger has a body, two adjusting buttons, a connecting shaft, a pressing tab and a torsion spring. The body has a back, two sidewalls and two elongated slots. The adjusting buttons are slidably mounted respectively in the elongated slots and are connected to each other with the connecting shaft. The pressing tab is rotatably mounted around the connecting shaft and has a connecting segment, a first pressing segment and a second pressing segment. The first pressing segment is formed on and protrudes from the connecting segment and has a first distance to the back of the body. The second pressing segment is formed on and protrudes from the first pressing segment and has a second distance to the back of the body being different from the first distance of the first pressing segment.||01-17-2013|
|20120305624||ADJUSTING-FIXING ASSEMBLY FOR A STAPLE GUN - An adjusting-fixing assembly for a staple gun has a sliding frame, an adjusting nut, a fixing arm and an abutting shaft. The sliding frame is movably connected to the staple gun and has a connecting board with two positioning recesses. The adjusting nut is rotatably mounted on the sliding frame and has an engaging segment. The engaging segment is formed on the adjusting nut between the threaded end and the connecting board and has multiple engaging faces. The fixing arm is rotatably connected to the sliding frame, engages with the adjusting nut and has a connecting rod, an engaging recess and a positioning element. The engaging recess is formed in an inner side of the fixing nut and engages with two adjacent engaging faces of the engaging segment. The abutting shaft is connected to the adjusting nut and is movably connected to the staple gun.||12-06-2012|
|20090188963||ADJUSTING DEVICE FOR A NAIL GUN - An adjusting device for a nail gun includes a magazine, a shaft, a disc feeder and a positioning assembly. The shaft is mounted in the magazine and has two sliding grooves longitudinally formed respectively in the shaft and multiple positioning recesses formed on the sliding grooves. The disc feeder includes a rotating disc and a sleeve mounted around the shaft and has two mounting holes each corresponding to a positioning recess. The positioning assembly includes a clamp and an E-clip having two stops. The clamp is mounted in the sleeve and has two clamping arms each having a boss. The stops are mounted respectively in the mounting holes, respectively abutting the clamping arms and held by the E-clip. Therefore the magazine can be adjusted in one direction at multiple stages by pulling up and in the other direction by pressing the clamp that releases the stops for easy adjustment.||07-30-2009|
|20090120281||MAGNETIC-TIPPED PISTON - A magnetic-tipped piston for a nail gun has a piston head, a driving rod and a magnet. The piston head has a connecting hole. The connecting hole is formed axially through the piston head. The driving rod is connected securely to the piston head and has a connecting end and a driving end. The connecting end is mounted securely in the connecting hole of the piston head. The driving end is formed on and protrudes axially from the connecting end to eject nails out of the nail gun and has a mounting recess. The mounting recess is formed axially in the driving end. The magnet is mounted securely in the mounting recess of the driving rod to attract and hold a head of the nail.||05-14-2009|
|20080296337||NAIL GUN WITH A SAFETY ASSEMBLY - A nail gun has a body, a breach assembly, a triggering device, a safety assembly and a magazine. The safety assembly has a safety lever and an activating beam, both of which are required to be activated to selectively engage the triggering device to allow the nail gun to perform a nailing cycle. When the nail gun is operated incorrectly, the safety assembly does not engage the triggering mechanism so the nail gun is prevented from performing the nailing cycle. The magazine is mounted in the breach assembly and feeds fastening devices into the breach.||12-04-2008|
Patent applications by TESTO INDUSTRY CORP.