Published at Sunday, 29 July 2018. Screwdriver. By Dee Reese.
The small flat blade screwdriver is the easiest to try. The only trick is finding one that is small enough to fit into the center part of the Y-shaped recess in the tri wing screw. After that, it is simply a matter of applying enough force to turn the screw without overdoing it and causing the screwdriver to slip out. The biggest drawback to this method is that the screwdrivers that are small enough to fit are not strong enough to handle the task. It is likely that the screwdriver will be damaged after removing only a few screws.
The screwdriver seems to have originated in either France or Germany in the late 15th century. The original name for this tool was screwturner or turnscrew. The earliest screwdrivers had pear-shaped wooden handles and were made for slotted screws. Screws were used in the 15th century for constructing screw-cutting lathes, for securing breastplates, backplates and helmets on medieval jousting armor. Screwdrivers developed over time as the development of screws evolved and improved.
If you own a Nintendo product and want to take it apart, you may be wondering, "Can I get a tri wing screwdriver locally?" The short answer is "probably not". They are certainly not available at any of the big box retailers. Independent hardware stores are also very unlikely to carry them as they are used almost exclusively on Nintendo products. An independent electronics repair shop may have a few for their own use, but it is pretty unlikely that they have them for sale. So now you are facing a decision. Do you order one online and wait a few days for it to arrive, or do you try to improvise?
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