Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Tantrum puts 168 new twists on the electric screwdriver

One of the most frustrating parts of DIY projects is when a screw is at just the wrong angle for the screwdriver to reach. It’s even worse when an electric screwdriver with all its bulk is involved. To make things a bit easier, former University of Washington robotics student Joel Townsan of Bellingham, Washington came up with the Flipout Tantrum, an articulated electric screwdriver designed to work in very tight spaces. .. Continue Reading Tantrum puts 168 new twists on the electric screwdriver

Section: Good Thinking

Tags: DIY, Kickstarter, Prototype, Tools

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