2012 WOODŽ magazine Innov8 Awards
Multitasking screws don't need a pilot hole
Few screws bore their own pilot holes, and those that do usually have a pan or hex head that stands proud of the wood surface. Quickscrews' Spiral-Point Funnel-Head screws not only bore a pilot hole with a self-tapping point, but they also have flat heads (with square-drive sockets) that also make their own counterbores. And they do this without splitting the wood! Available in #8 (1"-3" lengths) and #10 (3 1/2"-4") sizes, these screws sell in packs ranging from 25 to 1,000 screws.
Spiral-Point Funnel-Head screws, $5 and up
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