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Magnetising a screw driver
Screwing something on horizontally/vertically? No problem with a magnetised screw driver!
Online since: 09/11/2009, Number of visits: 181156
Good screwdrivers should be magnetised these days, which would make it easier to get screws into harder to reach places. Magnetisation also comes in handy when you need to pick up a screw from the floor. Unfortunately, my screwdriver is pretty old and weakly magnetised: He barely manages to pick up a screw.
As soon as you shake the screwdriver a little bit, the screw falls off. I decided to breathe some life into my screwdriver. I only had to put a ring magnet on the screwdriver, which makes the screwdriver itself magnetic.
Now, the screwdriver can hold up to five screws at once! If you have only one screw at the tip, it sticks pretty well to the screwdriver and you can even screw it in headfirst.
It's important to keep the ring magnet on the screwdriver - if you take it off, the screwdriver loses its magnetisation right away!
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