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Different screw heads call for different driver types. Whether it be Phillips, Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS), Pozidrive, Torx, Triwing, or plain old Flathead, use the correct driver for your application. Using a driver that’s “close enough”—such as by turning a Phillips screw with a Flathead driver—can sometimes get you out of a bind, but mostly it’s a recipe for trouble.
Driver Selection
  • Different screw heads call for different driver types. Whether it be Phillips, Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS), Pozidrive, Torx, Triwing, or plain old Flathead, use the correct driver for your application.

  • Using a driver that’s “close enough”—such as by turning a Phillips screw with a Flathead driver—can sometimes get you out of a bind, but mostly it’s a recipe for trouble.

  • What’s that, you say? That sounds like a lot of drivers to keep track of? Try using a set of interchangeable bits, like the 64 Bit Kit for electronics repair or the Universal Bit Kit for larger applications.

Différentes têtes de vis nécessitent différents tournevis. Que ce soit du cruciforme, JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard), pozidrive, torx, tri-wing ou un bon vieux plat, utilisez le tournevis adapté à chaque circonstance.

Utiliser un tournevis "qui ressemble" (comme visser une vis cruciforme avec un tournevis plat) peut parfois vous tirer d'affaire, mais c'est surtout le meilleur moyen de vous attirer des problèmes.

Vous vous dites "tout ça !" ? Ça fait beaucoup de tournevis à gérer ? Essayez les kits d'embouts interchangeables comme le kit 64 embouts pour les réparations électroniques ou le kit d'embouts universel pour des applications plus imposantes.

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