Always remember to clamp down your workpiece!! Always!!
Any comments and tips for design-improvements will be greatly appreciated.
Step 1: What You Need:
- A piece of roundwood (for a handle)
- A hoseclamp
- A piece of sheetmetal
- Some screws
- Tools (woodsaw, screwdriver, vise, plyers, etc)
Step 2: Cutting Wood
Should be aubout the same as the length across your palm.
Remember, clamp down.
Step 3: Cut, Adjust, Trim Metal
Now,if you didn't clamp it down, use your bandage.
Then, trim the metal down to size (not adding any mesurements for now, still in BETA, remember).
Bend, fold, sand. Repeat.
Drill two small holes in the metal (see image), with matching holes in your wood-handle-thingy.
Step 4: Assembly
Then, wedge your hoseclamp into its appropriate position.
Step 5: Fitting for Test.
Refit the front-ring (you should have a ring or a nut or whatever here, or else this is going to be very wibbly-wobbly), and tighten the hoseclamp around the Dremel-body (NOT to tight, it may restrict the movements inside the Dremel. Besides, you will probably break it too...)
Step 6: Finished
Time for testing.