What is Screwdriving?
Screwdriving refers to the process of using a screwdriver or a powered tool to drive or insert screws into a material. It involves aligning the screwdriver bit with the head of the screw and applying torque or rotational force to turn the screw into the material. Screwdriving can be done manually with a hand-operated screwdriver or with power tools such as electric screwdrivers, cordless drills, or impact drivers. The goal of screwdriving is to secure or fasten objects together, create joints, or provide stability in various applications such as construction, woodworking, electronics, and more.