Only one (1) LayerShift screwbutton wrench is needed for tightening. You do not need to purchase a wrench for each button.
With a simple twist or few, the LayerShift Screw Button Wrench provides a solution for sore fingers that desperately try to secure a screwbutton nut firmly in the tightest of spaces.
Solving with a Twist
A screwbutton's main characteristic is its plastic nut, which when twisted clockwise, rises upward towards the button rim. Optimally, you will twist the nut as far as it can go until it cannot twist any more. This ensures a tight, wiggle free contact between the button and the wood or metal panel it is install onto.
Often this is done manually, using your fingers to rotate the nut until it secures to the wood or metal control panel. However, some button layouts do not make this physically possible, as the gaps between buttons do not accomodate one's fingers after a certain height. Players are left with buttons slightly loose, or give up installing them.
LayerShift's wrench aims to close that gap with a 3D printed wrench. At the top is a large hexagonal shape that accomodate your fingers. The bottom mimics each popular brand's screwbutton nut shape, while having a minimal thickness to fit in most gaps. Twisting slightly to line up the bottom with the screw but, then pressing down grips the nut. You can now twist the nut into place.
Each model of LayerShift screwbutton wrench has a distinct color to represent both the brand it's designed for and the size of button:
Ξ Red: Sanwa 30mm | OBSN-30 Screwbutton
Ξ Pink: Sanwa 24mm | OBSN-24 Screwbutton
Ξ Marine Blue: Seimitsu 30mm | PS-14-GN Screwbutton; PS-14-GN-C Screwbutton; PS-14-GN-KN Screwbutton; PS-14-KN Screwbutton
Ξ Blue: Seimitsu 24mm | PS-14-DN Screwbutton; PS-14-DN-C Screwbutton
Ξ Orange: Crown 30mm | 201 Futaba; 202 MX
Ξ Yellow: Crown 24mm | 202 MX
Ξ Black: GamerFinger | HBFS-30mm
Ξ Grey/Dark Hai: GamerFinger | HBFS-24mm