Stable Stapling by Kate O'Brien No more splitting or marring wood floors. The MarkIII Pneumatic Floor Stapler automatically positions and drives 1½-inch or 2-inch coated staples at the proper angle and depth for hardwood strip floors. Setting the machine squarely against the work correctly aligns the angle of the staple. Tapping the top of the stapler with a mallet activates the driving mechanism. An adjustable bumper controls the depth of staple penetration. For more information, contact Stanley-Bostitch, Inc., East Greenwich, R.I. 02818; 401/884-2500. Handles With Care Curved Corners Steel cornerbead offers softer look. The Bullnose cornerbead can be screwed, nailed, or glued to sections of drywall meeting at a corner to create a rounded look. The 7/8-inch flanges are then mudded over with regular joint compound,