Fasteners do not look like nails, but they perform the same function and, like nails, are driven into position with a hammer. Learn about common fasteners, including how to drive a corrugated fastener to secure a joint.
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Position a fastener so that it bisects the joint at a right angle, then hammer it into place.
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