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If it's a very small screw, put a drop of Cyanoacrylate glue on the end of your Jeweler's Screwdriver, put the end in the screw, then carefully put Water over the glue, the Cyanoacrylate reacts with Water & hardens much faster, once the glue is completely hardened, turn the Screwdriver & remove the screw, you can use sand paper or a nail file to remove the glue from the Screwdriver.For larger screws & bolts, you can use something like JB Weld or you can even solder the Screwdriver to the screw, sandpaper with remove the JB Weld, the solder should just break off unless it completely adheres to the Screwdriver, if it does, you can scrape it off.
Ok, thank you.
I can't tell the orientation of the Chip on the schematic. Could you help me with that?
Could I do this using a Raspberry Pi instead of an Arduino?
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