Mensagem original de: Scott Pierson ,
Unscrewing Many Laptop Screws
I've been tasked with replacing the wifi cards on all the company laptops, and I'm trying to come up with ways of streamlining unscrewing (and then screwing back in) thousands of laptop screws. First question, what's the best power screwdriver for this kind of work? I'm guessing I need something with very granular torque settings. Next, I need a way of storing the screws upright while I have the case open- and I might have a few cases open at the same time, so I need to be able to keep tens of screws upright and ready to pick up with my screwdriver. I get the feeling that this does not exist, but I was thinking it might be nice to have a screwdriver where the magnetism could be turned off with a button. That way I could drill holes in a plank of wood, turn the magnet on to pick up the screw after unscrewing, place the screw in the hole in the wood and then release it. That way, the screw would be ready to be picked up once I put the cover back on. For those of you who repair laptops for a living, what are the tricks to fast bulk screw removal- and reinsertion?