Imoneji screw (hexagon socket set screw) turning
On 2013-11-15 18:15:17
I bought two ones with 1.27 mm across flats. I bought a precision driver type hex driver for the first time, but it is inexpensive and I think that making is a good thing. However, the cushion grip slips when applying torque, and in order to tighten it tightly, you have to have a metal shaft and you do not know what is the grip for. Just slipping on the knurled shaft will slip. If you attach the resin grip, I think that it is useless unless you first make a metal shaft serrated, make the center of the resin a hard material and engage with serrations. One of the two is used as it is, the other is purchase as a material for hex-bit hex bits. Currently I rarely hand over the driver, I use a rechargeable driver. However, the hex bit hex is sold only up to 1.5 mm. I often purchase a thin hexagonal shaft drill, but after the drill has run out, I will pull out the drill, insert another drill and a special driver bit, and make it a hexagonal axis bit for electric use. Since hexagonal shaft drill is also sold only up to 1.5 mm, it can not attach hexagon of 1.27 mm directly to this, so after cutting the tip part of the handle of this screwdriver to φ 3.2 mm, it cut off and left over It is inserted into the hexagonal axis, and it is used as a hex hex shaft bit of 1.27 mm.