For the 1st five tests, [DELTA] linearly increases with log(P), suggesting a gradual engagement of the screw into
the gearbox sleeve at increasing die backpressure.
Now drive the screw into
the angled pilot hole to complete the job.
From the bottom of the carriage, insert the screw into
the tapped hole to the rear of the pintle.
The compound is then forced from the screw into
the barrel in the Transfermix section, where the opposite flighting of the screw and barrel create intensive shearing and hence heating and homogenization of the compound.
After you insert the step or "T" screw into
the proper slot, you simply grip the Buck Screw and apply pressure against the tree, rotating clockwise until the step or "T" screw is in the tree.
The physicians were impressed with the screw's strength, which was demonstrated by driving the screw into
a block of plywood with a mallet and then removing the screw with a screwdriver revealing no damage to the screw.