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Chipchopper | 09:39 Fri 14th Sep 2018 | DIY
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Is there some sort of gadget the can make screwing screws and nailing nails easier for those who's hands are not so steady ?
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Nothing that I can think of, Chips. Most tradesmen use a cordless drill/driver for screws, but that would still require quite a bit of pressure from your hands. As for nailing... a small electric nailer/stapler is ideal. Have a look here for an idea. From 20mm to 50mm nails..........
17:48 Fri 14th Sep 2018
Can't say I heard of one. Or can even picture how'd they'd work.
One can hold nails in pliers. Maybe use blue tack to hold nails and screws in place ? If you are screwing into something soft and drill a pilot hole you may be able to start it by hand. Otherwise tap or screw gentle, small strokes, to get started.
I do recall seeing ads at one time of a plastic 'thing' one slipped on the end of a screwdriver to hold the screw. No idea who was flogging them; maybe a web search would uncover them, if you thought it useful.
For holding screws this may help .. it allows you to make the tip of your screwdriver become magnetised in a couple of seconds ànd vise versa ... tiny.cc/gvdlyy

For holding pins or nails ... tiny.cc/edelyy
Woops sorry .. links dont work.

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Nothing that I can think of, Chips.
Most tradesmen use a cordless drill/driver for screws, but that would still require quite a bit of pressure from your hands.
As for nailing... a small electric nailer/stapler is ideal. Have a look here for an idea. From 20mm to 50mm nails.......

https://www.screwfix.com/c/tools/nail-guns/cat830710#category=cat830710&cordedorcordless=corded

For anything longer, a proper gas driven nail gun is the answer, but that would be expensive for occasional use.

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