On Dec 3, 4:53 pm, greg <gstusio[at]hotmail[dot]com> wrote:
was that it would be flush with the surface...) why did you suggest the
hexagonal head? - is it stronger and less likely to break?
You reasoning to buy flat heads was sound...they'll drive flush by
sucking down into the plywood.
But the drawback to Phillips drive is the tendency to cam out of the
driving socket...hence the recommendation for hex heads (or square
drive if they made them). Also hex heads would be "proud" unless the
wood was counter bored.
Hex heads have flat sides so they drive better & you can apply a lot
Get a few Tek screws an compare them to similarly sized phillips
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