Screws have heads, which in some cases have to stick out. In most cases, however, the aim is to countersink the head flush with the surface of the material. How to countersink a screw is explained in this article.
You want to charge your smartphone wirelessly and install the Qi charging station in a piece of furniture? In this article we show you how to drill a hole for the IKEA RÄLLEN loading pad into a desk with the bimetal hole saw.
To install a tap or fitting in a sink, you need a screw hole punch. In this article and video we will show you how to use it correctly.
To screw a counterpart into an internal thread, the counterpart requires an external thread. In this article we show you how to cut an external thread into an aluminium rod in two steps.
The most common connection is still the screw connection. To screw a screw into a workpiece, you need an internal thread. In this article we show you how to cut an internal thread in steel, cast iron, aluminium etc. in only three steps.
A screw is broken, turns through, or is stuck in a workpiece? No problem, with our instructions you can easily get it out.