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The screw starter and screw tray permit picking up and starting very small headed screws (slotted or hexagon slotted, etc.).
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Screw Starter Apparatus
The screw starter and screw tray permit picking up and starting very small
headed screws (slotted or hexagon slotted, etc.).
Screws are dumped onto tray 5 having slots 6 as shown in Fig. 2. Shaking
the tray will cause the screws to locate in slots 6 with the heads up.
Screw starter 1 of Fig. 1 has an inner diameter that is slightly smaller than
screw head diameter. The end of the starter is slotted to act as a spring. Spring
2 keeps starter in the 'up' position. Retainer pin 3 locks the assembly together.
The screw starter is held at diameter A, placed over the head of a screw in
tray 5, and pushed down until the screw is held by screw starter. The screw is
then turned into threaded hole approximately 5 to 10 turns using diameter A.
Then, grasping diameter B, the tool is pushed down until the tool blade engages
the slot in the screw and turned until the screw is tight.