By the end of this instructable, you will have a tool box with multiple screw bits, sockets, and hex keys. What's better than being able to repair and fix anything at your disposal on the go? Nothing of course!
This tool box is highly personalizable. You can add many more things as long as it fits in. For example, if you can put the more common socket sizes in as well as your favourite hex keys. Think of the possibilities!
Step 1: Gathering.
To make a mini tool box, you will need:
*a small box (in this case, an Altoids tin)
*rotary tool with cutting disc and sanding drum accessory
*needle nose pliers (these work best)
*hot glue gun (or any substitution of adhesive to make the bonds more permanent)
*SAFETY GOGGLES! (don't want to be blinded and have a perfectly useful pocket tool box now, do you? :D)
*cheapo multitool retrieved from companies and such (I'm sure you can find something like it at a dollar store of some sort; look around, shouldn't be too hard)
Things to put in the tool box:
*mini hammer (found at jeweler's store)
*set of hex keys/allen wrenches
Now, on to building our feature presentation: the mini pocket screwdriver (compatible with screwdriver bits)!
Beware of imitators, especially ShamWOW ones.