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Spax Premium Quality T-Star Wood Screws

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Key Features

  • High torque transmission
  • T-star recess head
  • Teflon coated

Description

These really are superb screws for high quality work. The Torx head has two major advantages. Hardly any pressure is required to keep the screwdriver tip in the head recess, virtually eliminating the chances of camming out. The transmission of the driving force is radial rather than axial, so less effort is needed, making them easier to drive by hand or by enabling more screws to be driven per battery charge. Combination 4cut point, MULTIhead and patented ground serrations make this one of the best screws on the market. Volume discounts apply to a mix of these items. N.B 100m and 120mm lengths are partial threaded.

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By: Alan Cooper

Posted: 16 August 2013

Only large Spax T Star seem to be available here now. The little 3mm gauge 16mm and 20mm length were brilliant. Please bring them back! Ignore bad reviews where people must have used poor quality drivers. Good drivers last for many boxes worth and the T Star [Torx] heads avoid the slipping which pozi are prone to in small sizes.

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By: Mike Palin

Posted: 1 July 2010

excelent screws. OK we have all tried removing screws with heads that are covered in paint and you have to clean out the slot or the cross head to get your driver in. T star - no problem. so long as you can get the very tip of the driver in the 'hole', full of paint or not, you can remove the screw.

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By: Mr FIACHRA MCDYER

Posted: 26 February 2010

I find them very good for screws usually used in cabinet making - up to 4 X 40. However, in construction sizes (6 X 80, 6 X 100) I find that unless the bit is precisely aligned and significant force applied, they frequently cam out. In such work, there are often awkward angles of approach. One slip and both the bit and screw are damaged. I have had to go back to POSI for these sizes. At least it is always possible to get the damaged screw out with POSI. T- Bit needs to be increased to T25 or T30, if possible.

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By: B G Joinery

Posted: 18 August 2009

Frankly these screws are far superior to phillips screws, no annoying slip or cam out. Why would you use anything else?!!

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By: Mr R M HULLEY

Posted: 10 August 2009

2 primary advantages - no cam-out when power driving, and driver bits can be easily restored by grinding a tiny amount from the end of the (parallel sided) tip. Try doing that with a Pozi. Costly, but worthwhile. Also, to some extent, T* is still a security fitting.

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