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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by jbmando, Mar 2, 2021.
You mean it's not plus and minus?
This image has always scared me:
( sorry for derail, above image reminded me of PF/The Wall)
Just goofin' on pedantry. Original pic looked like a Frearson aka Reed & Prince. Update's probably a Phillips.
There's only one screw, a pozidrive 2, for everything.
That is awl.
You claim that this is a flathead screw [sic], yet the manufacturer says it's a bugle-head screw:
Looking at above head chart- what's with the Phillps ll head? It has teeth!
Anybody ever use/see these?
( I'm not 'handy' at all, just curious- fun thread)
No, the screw is slotted (negative space). The driver is flat (positive space).
Take a drink...
Robinson (Swiss Family):
Q. What do you get when you mix Phillips Milk of Magnesia with Vodka?
A. A Phillips Screwdriver
Eating popcorn and reading along. This might go down as the whiniest post with the least information ever.
No matter how you look at it you're gonna get screwed.
I now have a headache
Yeah, here in Japan they say 'plus drive' and 'minus drive.'
As an aside, about a thousand years ago, when I worked as a linesman (lines person these days I guess), we used what were called posidrive screws and drivers. But, after reading that article, I think they may have actually been the JIS standard.
Slotted or phillips, paper or plastic. we got 'em all in the boneyard.
Where is its slot?
Aren’t we not supposed to discuss screws on the TDPRI?