Turned Aluminium Precision Screwdriver.

I have seen around some really neat precision screwdrivers, from brass and aluminium. They look great, but they are rather pricey so I wanted to have a go at creating my own version.

Ordinarily, I would have probably used a 1/4 inch hex bit, but the little 4mm hex holder / bits that I used for this project were lying around, So I decided to use that for my project.

This is my very rough measurements of the sizes of the hex bit driver. I explain things a bit in the video down below.

I have also made a video explaining some of the build process. It is a bit long, as I am also using it as a test of some live-stream capabilities, but I hope it provides enough info about how I’ve created it.

The driver has turned out really well. I’m going to trial it for a little while, and decide how I like it. If it works out OK, but needs some more tweaks, I’m tempted to attempt making another one. One thing I would probably change is the overall length. I would probably shorten it a little.

Thanks for tuning in, I’ll See you all next time.

Cheers.

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