In new who as the series goes on the sonic screwdriver seems to get more powerful at one point it can even heal Injuries 😑.
It kind of seems to end up as a get out of any situation tool. Especially in 12th and 13th doctor seems less about the doctors smart to get out of a situation. Instead just point the screwdriver 😅
I've been using xiaomi wowstick to repair and dismantle notebooks and while it works ok it's slow and sometimes doesn't have enough torque, battery time isn't the best either but that's not a real issue. I'm starting a job next week which requires me to fully disassembly about 200 notebooks.I need something that is fast and reliable to unscrew and screw and that doesn't damage the parts.I'm a bit worried about using those big cordless scredrivers as they seem way too big to work on precision parts.really no idea what to get.while we are at it I also need some decent gloves that protect my hands and fingers. after 20 notebooks the sharp edges of the parts made my hands sore and even got small cuts and bleed.thanks for all the help
EDIT:I've found that precision screwdrivers are very limited, general tools, xiaomi wowstick and similar are consumer grade products and while they work ok they don't perform all that well. So if you want something better the only alternatives are the ES121 and similar. But even those are rather limited (ES121 only has 4 speed settings). I mean this kind of screwdrivers are made to work with very small parts like cell phones etc and works really great for that. it's not really for notebooks and certainly not for pc's.I was looking for something more powerful but also delicate. So I ended up contemplating pen screwdriver/pivot screwdriver type ones which are bigger and much more powerful. But then you must be careful with all that power. Torque and speed regulation is a must.Looking at the market there's some good ones but the 7.2V already have too much torque and speed. So I looked at 2.4V and 3.6V which have about 0.3-3Nm torque making it absolutely perfect and it's one of those that I will get.Currently I'm looking at Hitachi DB3DL2, Panasonic EY7410LA1C
Hope it helps someone with a similar problem
I’ve been trying to get a license plate off for a few days. I’ve taken a few stabs at it with no success. The two bolts holding the pate on don’t have indents for a screwdriver. I bought an adjustable wrench and have been turning the bolts counter clockwise I turn the bolts over and over but nothing seems to happen. There are white plastic caps on the other side of the the bolts that I can see when I open the trunk. I feel like I’ve turned the bolts counter clockwise a hundred times. Should I just keep at it or is there a method to this that I just don’t understand. I’ve taken other license plates off before but I was able to use a screwdriver.