What Everyone Should Know About Precision Screwdrivers
Learn the information about a precision screwdriver and the way to screw it into place more accessible and safer with this blog post!
Before learning about precision screwdrivers, let’s understand the basics of screwdrivers.
Screwdrivers are divided into ordinary screwdrivers and combination screwdrivers.
An ordinary screwdriver is a screwdriver with the head and handles built together. It is easy to prepare and can be used as long as it is taken out. However, since there are many different lengths and thicknesses of screws, sometimes it is necessary to prepare many different screwdrivers. The combination screwdriver is a screwdriver that separates the screwdriver head and the handle. When installing various types of screws, you only need to replace the screwdriver head, and you do not need to bring a large number of screwdrivers.
What is a precision screwdriver?
Like ordinary screwdrivers, precision screwdrivers are special tools for removing screws. The head of the precision screwdriver has a shape and a cross shape to facilitate the removal of screws with different heads. Some precision screwdriver handles are small and some are thick, all of which use the principle of increasing the force arm and saving effort. Some precision screwdriver handles also have a precision ratchet design to increase friction to avoid slippery problems. Jakemy’s precision screwdriver not only has the function of an ordinary screwdriver but also is equipped with advanced bit technology to adapt to work in some narrow places
Tips for using a precision screwdriver
First, screwdrivers come in all shapes and sizes, with different tips to accommodate different types of screw heads. Therefore, it is very important to choose the correct size screwdriver tip for the screw to be removed.
Second, precision screwdrivers are designed to be used with specialized drill bits called “screwdriver bits” explicitly designed for this purpose.
Third, use a precision screwdriver with as light a grip as possible. Because screwdrivers are designed to save effort, grasping the angle of use can improve efficiency. Holding the tool too tightly will cause hand fatigue and poor results.