Maximum Torque
Minimum End Load
Longer Bit Life
1936 - Phillips Screw - Manufacturing
In the 1930's the Phillips head screw was developed by Henry F. Phillips. The screw was originally designed for automobile manufacturers, and was first used in the late 1930's Cadillacs. The screw was designed to be driven by an automated screw driver with increasing force until it would cam out. What many people today consider a design flaw was actually a feature. Much less operator fatigue. The best of all worlds!
2001 - LOX Recess Screw - Power Tools
Become a LOX Partner and let LOX solve your fastening problems.
In 1999 John "Brad" Wagner realized the need for a new screw recess designed specifically for power tools. For two years Brad focused his creative and engineering skills on this task. The result of these efforts is the patented LOX recess and driver bit.

LOX features eight contact points--twice as many as the four points of Phillips and Robertson designs. Eight points that transfer extraordinary torque while holding a positive engagement, drive after drive.

So what does this mean to you when you use a
tool? It means the tool does the work,
not you. It means you don't have to bear
down on the tool to prevent the bit from
popping out. It means you can drive screws
like never before. It means you finally realize
all the potential of your power tool.

Use your power, use LOX for MAXIMUM TORQUE!

1513 - Slotted Screw - Clock Making 1906 - Roberson Screw - Woodworking 1936 - Phillips Screw - Manufacturing
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