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Wingscrew/ Driver Bit

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000015454D
Original Publication Date: 2002-May-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-20
Document File: 2 page(s) / 41K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

The invention being a tool designed to rotate a wing screw while preventing tool from lateral movement during rotation. The tool design allows for its use in confined areas between electronic components without damaging the latter. The tool material is standard 1/4" hexagonal rod material, and standard 3/16"X 1" steel stock. This makes it very economical and offers the flattest possible configuration for the tool. The basic concept for the tool head is a flat plate machined to fit exactly around the wing contour, slightly below the centerline of the wing, thus eliminating lateral movement during rotation. 1 2

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Wingscrew/ Driver Bit

The invention being a tool designed to rotate a wing screw while preventing tool from lateral movement during rotation. The tool design allows for its use in confined areas between electronic components without damaging the latter. The tool material is standard 1/4" hexagonal rod material, and standard 3/16"X 1" steel stock. This makes it very economical and offers the flattest possible configuration for the tool. The basic concept for the tool head is a flat plate machined to fit exactly around the wing contour, slightly below the centerline of the wing, thus eliminating lateral movement during rotation.

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