In this video I will
In this video I will explain the technique I use to remove damaged screws using the proper screw extractor tool and a drill bit.
The tools I used for this video:
Bit extractor kit:
GEARWRENCH Tap & Die Set
Metric drill bit set:
Dormer A191413 Jobber Drill Set, 1.5 mm - 6.5 mm
Camera gear I use:
I create an extreme
I create an extreme example of a broken screw and then use a broken screw extractor to remove the screw.
I did the side 1 bit, but the side 2 refuses to grip, it just spins inside the hole. Am I doing something wrong?
Thanks for sharing..quick and easy. ??
Sweet! these worked great!! Like the video says, I just had to make sure i was using the biggest size I could fit into the screw head
SNAPPED THE DRILL TIP OFF TWO the first time I tried to use, within just a few rotations; pretty worthless metal?
thank you.. it's really breaf and well informative ? ?
Removing screws that have
Removing screws that have a stripped head can be frustrating. There are lots of reasons a screw head can strip, but one of the easiest ways to remove a screw that has a stripped head is to use a screw extractor bit. An extractor bit features two ends. One end looks a little like a short twist drill bit, and it is called the burnisher. The burnisher cuts away some of the stripped original driver profile, leaving a clean surface. The other end is the extractor, which features sharpened threads that are cut in the opposite direction of ordinary screw threads. The extractor end bites into the screw head and turns it when the drill is run in the reverse direction.
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I have a damaged reverse threaded screw. Can I use this tool rotating in the opposite direction to extract it ? Actually, it's a drill chuck mounting screw. Any advice is welcome.Thank you.
Short and straight to point. Thanks for sharing!
I never use phillips for this very reason... nothing but star bits for me - T10 screws. I've never had a problem.
that transition at 0:33 tho
It does not work that easily!!!