I’ve recently been working on a project that required me to use my micro screwdriver set. A common problem with this set was the inability to generate enough torque to remove the screws by hand. As a result I would often use a pair of pliers to generate more torque, occasionally damaging the screw head or over tightening them.

From a past instructable that I’ve read involving Oogoo, I’ve combined it with a new idea to resolve my issue. The solution is to make a new rubber handle over the existing one, moulded from a previously made product.  

Step 1: Equipment Selection

1.       Select the screwdriver you want to upgrade.

2.       Find a decent feeling screwdriver or handle from any tool to mould.


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