Thank you, I actually had the model from the first bit driver idea and played with it throughout the day to learn the program. Fun, but also annoying to get it to do what you want. Starting to get the hang of it with all the different ways of bending shapes, which makes it more fun to post the results when it actually looks not too shabbyAnyways, I actually made myself a microbit driver. Not like the one in the model, because that one would have to be manufactured from scratch. Instead I "disassembled" the one that came with the microbit kit, which actually almost fit the Phillips head screwdriver I swear LM is doing this on purpose to hive me something do do First the bottle opener fit a standard hex bit adapter, now the phillips fits this... Awesome!The result works. Well. Very well. Got 150+ bits of various sizes and shapes to use with the PS4 now! Will be using the microbits mostly so I don't apply too much torque using large bits on large screws and ruin anything So, pics:(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
Get the topeak ratchet instead. Its a powerful tool and with your bit driver you would carry an accessory aswell. With the ratchet you are equipped for about 90% of the screwings you do.