Recently, Rockler threw its hat into the ring of corrugated fastener tools with its own rebranded entry. Think of a corrugated fastener as a type of wavy staple that can be used to hold face frames or any other two pieces of wood that butt together — simpler and faster than toe-nailing or using pocket screws. They’re driven by an air powered tool you’d have a hard time telling apart from a nail gun.
I don’t recognize the construction, so I’m not sure who actually makes the tool, but it drives 1/2″ wide corrugated fasteners into both hard and soft wood. The fasteners come in lengths of 1/4″, 3/8″, or 1/2″ and are bound in magazines which are easy to load.
Rockler ships their corrugated fastener tool with lubricating oil and a pair of safety goggles. They priced it at $230 which, according to Google Products, is about the middle of the road — you can pay a lot more for a Senco or a lot less for an Air Locker. Depending on their length, the fasteners themselves range from $13, $15, or $16 per box of 1000.