Ok I just finished my newest "sub"sonic screwdriver and thought I would show it off a bit here.
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] It is made of SIX different types of wood and a quartz crystal. The six wood types are: (starting at the actuator) wood taken from a gum tree that been struck by LIGHTING, Mahogany, A burl or tree tumor taken from a black oak, the shaft is white oak, the lighter wood on the head is Tulip and the darker wood is Tiger. [/FONT]
The way it works is that the organic material (wood that is) resonates at a lower "sub" sonic frequency allowing for a more base operation recognizing the primitive material's fundamental make up. I feel it is kinda like the way that stainless steel is the perfect construction for the DeLorean in that is aids in flux dispersal.
I also just finished one that works on wood and deadlock seals but I will post a few pictures of that one later.
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