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I have started to disassemble old technology like printers and such to harvest parts for my Arduino projects. My first foray into this, though, left me a bit disappointed, as many of the screws used in assembling these products are specialized pieces, designed to prevent disassembling them. Enter the iFixit 64 Bit Driver Kit, something I have known about for a long time, but never actually purchased. It comes with a host of specialized bits and drivers used to build a lot of today's technology. While this kit is truly designed to help you repair your own technology, as you might imagine, it also helps a lot in tearing apart older, non-functional tech to get at the good bits! iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit More iFixIt Products on Amazon.com * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs Previously in the Douglas E. Welch 2016 Gift Guide... #34 The Creative Habit and The Collaborative Habit by Twyla Tharp #33 Tea Infuser Mug #32 Why The Monkees
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