ã1/4" HEX SHANKã-Universal 1/4 inch hex shanks fit a variety of quick-change chucks and drill, driver, or screwgun.
ãBUILT TO LASTã-Heat treared chrome vanadium steel construction with sandblasted finish for increased hardness and corrosion resistant.
ãMagneticã-Magnetic nut setter can be be used with an impact/bit driver or hex socket ratchet to securely grab nuts and fasteners for easy installation or loosening/removal.
ãAPPLICATIONã-Widely used in household DIY, woodworking, professional machine repairing, etc.
Utoolmart 1/4" Quick-Change Hex Shank Nut Setter Driver Drill BitTechnical Parameters Socket Size: 7mm/0.28-inch Hex Shank Size: 1/4-inch Total Length: 150mm/5.91-inch Material: Chrome Vanadium Steel Finish: Sandblasting Product Feature 1.Universal 1/4'' hex shanks fit quick-change/release and firmly lock of chucks, drill, driver and screw-gun. 2.Strong, magnetic pad inside the socket holder to securely grab hexagonal nuts and fasteners for easy installation or loosening/removal. 3.Applicable for installing in those hexagon tools, such as a pneumatic screwdriver, electric screwdriver, pneumatic drill, electric drill, manual screwdriver, and more. 4.Can be used in household DIY, woodworking, professional machine, professional contractor repairing. Package Content * 1 x Nut Drivers
“Realm of the Dead” is an autobiographical project that uses self-referential theater as a vehicle for self-healing and advocacy. Based on pedagogy and theater of the oppressed, it intends to advance social work research and practice, as tools of critical reflection, personal growth and advocacy.
Through U-M’s Integrated Product Development course, students from business, engineering and art and design worked with Cass Community Social Services in Detroit to develop a new product that recycles old building materials into glass coasters.
Algorithms are everywhere. They use personal information to offer up suggestions for our entertainment experiences; they filter our social media content; and they’re also used for purposes we’re not always aware of—like predicting the likelihood of repeat offenders in the criminal justice system. Stephanie Dinkins’ new U-M exhibition explores bias and inequality within AI systems.
Small changes in diet could help you live healthier
Eating a hot dog could cost you 36 minutes of healthy life, while choosing to eat a serving of nuts instead could help you gain 26 minutes of extra healthy life, according to a U‑M study. The study, published in the journal Nature Food, evaluated more than 5,800 foods, ranking them by their nutritional disease burden to humans and their impact on the environment.
The University of Michigan’s comprehensive plan incorporates public health guidance, lessons learned and extensive feedback from our community. Many safety measures are in place to support a robust in-person experience for our students, faculty and staff.
All community members who enter U-M buildings or attend on-campus events are required to complete the ResponsiBLUE daily symptom check.
U-M’s free weekly COVID-19 testing program is available for all students, faculty and staff on the Ann Arbor campus and meets the mandatory testing requirements for those who are not fully vaccinated on campus.
All students, faculty and staff on the three U-M campuses, as well as at Michigan Medicine, are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and to submit their vaccination information to the university.
The @UMISR d3lab has been awarded $13.2M from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to launch a new center focused on developing & implementing new methods to combat drug use disorders, including leveraging smart devices & artificial intelligence. myumi.ch/yKPGM @NIDAnews
A new machine learning platform that tests materials for nuclear reactors shows damage in real time, which could speed up the development of parts for advanced nuclear reactors and play a critical role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. myumi.ch/GkZjb @UMEngineering pic.twitter.com/yV7N3IjMCx
There’s always something amazing happening at Michigan. Whether it’s on campus or around the world, our students, faculty, staff and alumni are out seizing the day. A sampling of images captured over the years is shown in the gallery below.