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A method I use that works universally is a variable speed reversible powered drill and a steel drill bit. You can get screw extractor bits too, but in a pinch, even wood drill bits work.
 
Just power the stripped screw with a bit in reverse; it eventually cuts enough grooves to pull it out, if it slips too much just work it out enough to use long nose pliers.
 
For some really bad screws, it can help to first drill forward into the screw to cut a few grooves, thereafter reverse the drill.
 
Cutting a long groove with Dremel's thinnest emery cutting disc creates a simple slotted screw head, but you can supplement it with the drill method to get enough clearance to keep from cutting the surface of your devices chassis.
 
The above method may work on a Dremel tool, but drills always work, they have low speed, but a lot of torque.

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A method I use that works universally is a variable speed reversible powered drill and a steel drill bit. You can get screw extractor bits too, but in a pinch, even wood drill bits work.
 
Just power the stripped screw with a bit in reverse; it eventually cuts enough grooves to pull it out, if it slips too much thereafter you can thenjust work it out consistently withenough to use long nose pliers.
Just power the stripped screw with a bit in reverse; it eventually cuts enough grooves to pull it out, if it slips too much thereafter you can thenjust work it out consistently withenough to use long nose pliers.
 
The other universally works method is cuttingFor some really bad screws, it can help to first drill forward into the screw to cut a few grooves, thereafter reverse the drill.

Cutting
a long groove with Dremel's thinnest emery cutting disc to usecreates a simple flat head driverslotted screw head, but you can supplement it with the drill method to get enough clearance to keep from cutting the surface of your devices chassis.
The other universally works method is cuttingFor some really bad screws, it can help to first drill forward into the screw to cut a few grooves, thereafter reverse the drill.

Cutting
a long groove with Dremel's thinnest emery cutting disc to usecreates a simple flat head driverslotted screw head, but you can supplement it with the drill method to get enough clearance to keep from cutting the surface of your devices chassis.

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A method I use that works universally is a variable speed reversible powered drill and a steel drill bit. You can get screw extractor bits too, but in a pinch, even wood drill bits work.
 
Just power the stripped screw with a bit in reverse; it eventually cuts enough grooves to pull it out a bit, whichout, if it slips too much thereafter you can then work it out consistently with long nose pliers.
Just power the stripped screw with a bit in reverse; it eventually cuts enough grooves to pull it out a bit, whichout, if it slips too much thereafter you can then work it out consistently with long nose pliers.
 
The other universally works method is cutting a long groove with Dremel's thinnest emery cutting disc to use a simple flat head driver, but you can supplement it with the drill method to get enough clearance to keep from cutting the surface of your devices chassis.

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A method I use that works universally is a variable speed reversible powered drill and a steel drill bit.  You can get screw extractor bits too, but in a pinch, even wood drill bits work.

Just power the stripped screw with a bit in reverse; it eventually cuts enough grooves to pull it out a bit, which you can then work out with long nose pliers.

The other universally works method is cutting a long groove with Dremel's thinnest emery cutting disc to use a simple flat head driver, but you can supplement it with the drill method to get enough clearance to keep from cutting the surface of your devices chassis.

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