Felo 0715750078 Phillips #2 x 6-Inch Screwdriver with Gripper, 522 Series
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There is no single one-style-fits-all screwdriver. Different types of jobs require different types of screwdrivers. For general carpentry, construction jobs, and many DIY projects, you will most commonly need the staples of the screwdriver family: flat- and Phillips-head models. If you do a lot of electronics repairs or mechanical work, on the other hand, you will likely often need Torx screwdrivers. Be sure the set you choose includes the types of screwdrivers you most commonly need. This screwdriver is typically used by professional tradesmen, engineers or those wishing to complete DIY. The screwdriver is one of the most essential hand tools in any workman’s kit. There are many situations and professions where a screwdriver is integral to carrying out a specific task revolving around loosening or tightening fasteners. Most common screwdriver types such as flat-blade and cross-recess have a very wide range of application. Only tip size determines if a tool is suitable for the desired application or not. They are commonly used for: A flathead or slotted screwdriver is a tool with a wedge-shaped flat tip that is designed to fit into the notch on a slotted screw. These tools can come in various sizes and lengths, including oversize flathead screwdrivers that are useful in automotive work, standard-size screwdrivers for furniture construction, and precision flathead screwdrivers that are suitable for working on computers and other delicate electronics.
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This high-quality bi-material slotted professional gripping screwdriver from RS PRO has been designed with the best quality in mind. Its unique blade shape has been carefully designed for gripping slotted head screws during location and extraction. It also features a comfortable handle that guarantees safe operation and greater torque. No, this screwdriver is not magnetised but can be simply magnetised by using one of magnetisers available here at RS e.g. 667-3471 Speciality screwdrivers such as TORX, Hex, Tri-Wing etc. are designed for specific applications such as:
No, this screwdriver cannot be used with electric devices as it hasn't been designed to work under any voltage.
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Automated screwdriving to boost productivity and quality has never been easier, smarter, or more cost-effective. The OnRobot intelligent Screwdriver speeds setup and programming, with everything you need right out of the box. Simply mount the Screwdriver on any leading robot arm and install the appropriate bit, then enter screw length and torque directly into the robot’s user interface. Precise torque control and embedded axis eliminate the time and cost for additional integration and ensures consistent, accurate screw insertion. Changeovers to a different screw type or size take just minutes, reducing downtime and boosting ROI.