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i normally use a slightly larger flat blade screwdriver to get problematic - totally round - screws out.
first of all, if the screws are that "crappy" - you wouldn't need a dremel - simlpy use a fitting/slightly larger screwdriver and screw them slowly out.
a dremel is the last resort to drill them out
²nick
-ever used a dremel at all?
+ever used a dremel the way you mentioned it?

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Bewerkt door: markus weiher ,

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i normally use a slightly larger flat blade screwdriver to get problematic - totally round - screws out.
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+first of all, if the screws are that "crappy" - you wouldn't need a dremel - simlpy use a fitting/slightly larger screwdriver and screw them slowly out.
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+a dremel is the last resort to drill them out
²nick
ever used a dremel at all?
-
-first of all, if the screws are that "crappy" - you wouldn't need a dremel - simlpy use a fitting/slightly larger screwdriver and screw them slowly out.
-
-a dremel is the last resort to drill them out

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open

Origineel bericht door: markus weiher ,

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i normally use a slightly larger flat blade screwdriver to get problematic - totally round - screws out.

²nick

ever used a dremel at all?

first of all, if the screws are that "crappy" - you wouldn't need a dremel - simlpy use a fitting/slightly larger screwdriver and screw them slowly out.

a dremel is the last resort to drill them out

Status:

open