Torx Screw Driver SanTus *T10 (ST-363) Each



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Front end special
High material chrome vanadium steel
Special non-slip plastic material
Material and A.B.S resistance
Plastic two-color manufacturing
Flexible handles,
Rotating design
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Two-color precision screwdriver series

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Model Specification Head
363-T3 T3 *60
363-T4 T4 *60
363-T5 T5 *60
363-T6 T6 *60
363-T7 T7 *60
363-T8 T8 *60
363-T9 T9 *60
363-T10 T10 *60

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Torx Drives Detail

The hexalobular socket screw drive, often referred to by the original proprietary brand name Torx ( /ˈtɔːrks/) or by the alternative generic name star drive, uses a star-shaped recess in the fastener with six rounded points. It was designed to permit increased torque transfer from the driver to the bit compared to other drive systems. The drive was developed in 1967[47] by Camcar Textron.[48] Torx is very popular in the automotive and electronics industries because of resistance to cam out, and extended bit life, as well as reduced operator fatigue by minimizing the need to bear down on the drive tool to prevent cam out. A tamper-resistant Security Torx head has a small pin inside the recess. Owing to its six-fold symmetry, a Torx driver can also be used as an improvised substitute for a hex driver, although careful sizing is critical to prevent stripping the socket.


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