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Screwdriver Beginner’s Guide

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Screwdriver Beginner’s Guide


Understanding the correct use of screwdrivers can not only increase your fun in life, but also embody your ingenuity, and expand your living space through hands-on experience, gaining more envious eyes. At the same time, it can accurately describe the action details, and add color to the scene model during the production of the scene model.

 

 

Types of Hand Screwdrivers

Each type of screwdriver is used with a different screw drive.

 

 

Flat Head Screwdriver

 

A flat head screwdriver is used with a slot head screw. A slot head screw has a single slot across the screw head. You’ll find flat head screws used in simple woodworking projects.

 

 

Phillips Screwdriver

 

A Phillips screwdriver is used with a Phillips screw drive. A Phillips screwdriver bit has a four-pointed star drive or bit tip. Look for a Phillips head made with a quality metal, such as steel. The harder the tip, the less chance you have of stripping the screw. You can produce more torque with a Phillips screwdriver compared to a flat head.

 

Phillips screwdriver bit

 

Hex Screwdriver

 

Hex screwdrivers are kind of in between screwdrivers and wrench, which are also known as an Allen wrench. Hex head screwdrivers are used by inserting the tip into the head of a hex bolt. You can loosen or tighten the bolt, just like you would with a screw and screwdriver. Finding the right size is the key to properly using a hex key. Luckily, there are inexpensive hex key sets with varying sizes to suit your needs.

 

 

Star Screwdriver

 

If you want to use a star head screw, you need a star head screwdriver. These are used for when you really need to tightly screw something.

 

 

Robertson Screwdriver

 

The robertson screwdrivers are known by their square tip or bit. The use of square screws and square head screwdrivers is becoming more common. This is because the screwdriver can lock on tighter to the screw, creating a tighter fit. You can also easily use a Robertson one-handed, because the tip easily stays locked with the screw.

 

Use of a Power Drill/Driver

 

When you need to use a lot of screws, such as in an assembly line or construction work, you can use a dewalt power screwdriver. It have two main advantages: versatility and efficiency. You can swap out bits, depending on the size or type of screws you use. They’re efficient, but you have to be careful not to damage the surface you’re screwing on. Because it’s a power tool, you will produce more torque. The drill power screwdriver can be too powerful, causing holes in your walls, or strip the screw. It’s best to determine if you really need a cordless screwdriver drill or impact driver. When you’re using a power drill, make sure to wear eye protection.

 

 

Stripped Screws

It’s significantly important that use the right screwdriver with the correct screw. Using the wrong screwdriver will definitely lead to a stripped screw. The screw drive is stripped down, rendering the screw unusable. You may also damage the tip of your screwdriver. If you do end up with a stripped screw, you can use a screw extractor to easily remove it.

 

 

Screwdriver Sizes

Remember that use the right size screwdriver. If you use too small of a screwdriver, youll have to put more muscle into it. You also will increase your chances of stripping the screw or damaging your screwdriver.

 

Screwdrivers are also broken down into sizes. Phillips screwdrivers ranging from size #0 to #4, screwdriver size ph00 being the smallest. The size #2 screwdriver is the most commonly used. Size #2 screwdrivers are used with decking screws, drywall screw bits, and for general usage. In a word, the bigger handle the more torque.


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