sorry. not computer related.

  NGE 13:25 14 Apr 04

Hi, sorry if this is far from a computer problem. FE you may remove it if you want. But i bought a ten piece computer toolkit from maplin, and it has a thing called a torque driver, which has a star end for these star screws. I have a phone which also uses these star screws but it is really small and i would like to take apart my old phone. So i was wondering, as the torque driver has a removable end piece, i was wondering if i could buy an end piece that was smaller than the current ones so i could use it and where from. Or more easily does anyone know where i can get a torque driver that is really small, less than a millimetre. TIA

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 13:32 14 Apr 04

You can get the star bits from most tool shops they vary in size and price.May be vest going to a market they sometimes have a tools stall that sells bits and bobs at reasonable prices.


  Valvegrid 13:37 14 Apr 04

From Maplins, it's called a Torx Bit Set:

click here

  Valvegrid 13:40 14 Apr 04

Or try your local DIY store, Homebase, B&Q etc.

  stlucia 13:40 14 Apr 04

click here for another source. Not sure if the sizes are as small as you're wanting.

  NGE 13:41 14 Apr 04

thankyou all. Will try the suggestions.

  sicknote 14:16 14 Apr 04

These are for small electricial work click here


Screwfix are selling this set of bits are these whta you're looking for?
click here


Kin Wong

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