This seems rather trivial, but I can't seem to find much information on this after a bit of searching online. I'm working on a project right now that requires me attach a passive electrode to a wire, in order to carry a signal from that electrode. The sensor is mounted via a small screw that runs through its center (my guess is on the order of 1/16 of an inch diameter across the threading, but I can't recall exactly off the top of my head).
I started out simply by wrapping the wiring around the screw, and securing it with a nut. Except this process is incredibly unwieldy because the screw is so thin, and the way the sensor is mounted doesn't give me a lot of room to get my fingers in to wrap the wiring and screw the nut on. Though it's proved to be more than just inconvenient, because I have to install several dozens of these sensors and also replace them regularly.
Is there some sort of tool out there that makes this easier that I'm not aware of? Or some sort of small, electrically conductive eyelet I can attach to the screw and then attach to my wires? Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.