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Tool Intel: Why Are There So Many Screwdrivers?


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What appears as one of the most basic tools in your custgomers’ tool box or in your tool corral is far from it. Screwdrivers come in many shapes and sizes, and they are not created equal. The differences in design and manufacturing can add up to a valuable tool you own for life, or one that just takes up space.

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This downloadable document features a collection of “screwdriver tips,” including the most common types, things to consider when buying them and ways to get the most out of your tools.

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