Henry Frank Phillips (June 4, 1889 – April 13, 1958) was a U.S. businessman
from Portland, Oregon. The Phillips-head ("crosshead") screw and screwdriver
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It is easier and faster to work with, and can be tightened more than a flat head
with less chance of it stripping the screw head
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The invention was initially rejected, but eventually accepted by the American
Screw Co., who in 1936 persuaded General Motors to use the Phillips head
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Cross-head, Cross-Point, Cruciform, Square Drive Screws and Drivers These ... a
"+" shaped recess on the head and are driven by a cross-head screwdriver, ...
One of the main advantages of the Phillips system is that the screw and
screwdriver together are self-centering. The x-shape of the screwdriver head fits
into the ...
The Phillips-head screw and Phillips screwdriver were designed for power tools,
especially power tools on assembly lines. The shallow, cruciform slot in the ...