Phillips screw

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a screw with a special head having crossed slots

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The Phillips screw is named after its inventor and is most commonly found in electrical appliances.
Can also be used, as the name implies, to round off Phillips screw heads.
Each had two Smith's alarm clocks, an Ever Ready battery, a light bulb and a Phillips screw pushed into the face of the clock.
What you'll need: A small Phillips screw driver; cutting pliers; electric drill with a 1/4-inch drill; soldering iron; a 1/8-inch phone jack (#274-248A at Radio Shack); and an Ability or touch-pad switch, which can be bought from a switch supplier online, or which you can make yourself (see below).
Phillips Screw Innovation LLC retained Castle to conduct a national media relations campaign to support the launch of a premium hardware product line in conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the creation of the Phillips screw.
And if no such adventure exists, we, being the same imaginative people who invented the Phillips screw and the Fosbury Flop, make believe - in this case, that there's an actual threat out there that we must vanquish.