Used my Phillips screwdriver on the Wave to remove a SATA hard drive in a computer (Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Bad drive I think, I have to adapt it SATA to USB via an adapter to test. They said it was making a noise, so probably non recoverable. Just going to replace the PC, about 5 + years old.Nice to have my wave with me today, I was asked to look at the computer and asked if they had a screwdriver, NO, so I said wait a minute I think I have a multi tool in my jacket pocket from the weekend. 4 screws and the case side and drive was out, I was a hero!Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Cut open my evening snack in my hotel room 😀
Quote from: an0nemus on March 15, 2017, 02:22:13 PMCut open my evening snack in my hotel room 😀I have never heard of Hi-Ro cookies, to me it reminds me of a Oreo cookie. I love cookies!
Wrong forum. Sorry. Could not delete post.
Used my well ussd ST300 as an example of what multitool to buy/ look for to a new believer.
Quote from: Dwest on March 24, 2017, 11:35:28 PMUsed my well ussd ST300 as an example of what multitool to buy/ look for to a new believer. What a good use.
All in one cooking utensil(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
I disassembled a Wave to help with disassembling a first production run Charge Ti, and another FPR Wave. Both of the FPR tools have problems: Charge with broken plier stopping tab, Wave with broken scissor tab. I did not want to send both in. Thinking that LM likely give me an AL to replace the Ti, I moved the broken scissors from the Wave to the Charge. I used the female screw from the first Wave to help with aligning the screw thru the handle and pliers. It worked like a charm. I may consider selling parts of the first Wave, and keep the screws as tools.On another note, LM had tighter tolerance and better fit and finish on these FPR tools. It took me a good while to disassemble them. Also, paying a little more for quality bits paid off. I got the 5-star bits made by Wera from Micro-Tools. The fit was perfect. I did not heat up the locktite, just muscled it thru. The bits held up well, without rounding off, while the screws came off undamaged. Pretty good German quality stuffs.