Faster, cheaper, stronger, and usually better suited to the job, modern wood screws get high marks from Aimé Ontario Fraser. She compares modern wood screws to old ones and describes the improvements made over the years. Illustrations and photographs detail their many features, which include narrower shanks, sharper threads, and multiple drive options. Side information addresses problems associated with driving wood screws. From Fine Woodworking #162
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