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  1. I found this screwdriver in my nans house and i’m very curious about what the maker is and where i could get another. Its made of all plastic and has 3 screwdriver heads 2 flat heads and 1 Phillips head. It also has a flashlight on the back. It’s also on a key chain and the green part opens up so you can flip the screw drivers out individually. It’s pretty flimsy and the screwdrivers don’t stay in place when you try to screw things but i thought it was a curious item. If you need any info be sure to ask!
  2. Hi I'm a Product Design Student at a Uni in the south of England. One of our projects is to design an ergonomic screwdriver handle. My question to you is what is the best material for a screwdriver handle and why? Thanks, I look forward to hearing from you.
  3. Hello my friends, I have been pondering this topic for a while now... and that is: Angle drills/screw drivers. I was working with a scroll saw and needed to bolt it down to stop movement. Simple task, right? Wrong. The screw holes were located underneath the cut table and the arm shaft, so I couldn't fit my drill in there to nor drill the pilot hole, or screw in the bolt. So,I thought: Why the hell don't I own an angle driver? Well: 1. I like to buy tools in combo packs, none of which include an angle driver 2. Not too many mainstream companies make them (if you do find one, let me know) 3. They are pricey, along with attachments and new, oddly shaped bits, they add up quite a bit 4. Most are not very versatile, you cant reach all desired angles with certain models So with these points, I ask that if you find a decent angle drill/driver, please refer me too it Thanks!, Kyle
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