This is an instructable I created for the Indestructables contest and to have a handy little multitool. I built it out of a socket wrench, an adjustable wrench, and a broken multitool I've had bouncing around in my toolbox that I couldn't bring myself to throw away, because I can rarely bring myself around to throw anything away. Anyhow, the idea is simple, and I wanted a project to try out an arc welder I recently bought. Also I will apologize in advance for the quality of my welds, I haven't welded in several years and my experience back then was limited. 

Step 1: Materials and Equipment

Materials Used:
8" Adjustable Wrench
Socket Wrench
Broken Multitool
2 4 " Mending Plates
1/16" electrotrodes

Equipment Used:
Emory Cloth
Dremel with Sanding and Grinding Wheel
Hex keys(to fasten/unfasten screws that hold the tools onto the multitool
70 Amp Arc Welder
Chipping Hammer/Wire Brush
Welding Safety Equipment
-Heavy Leather Gloves and Apron
-Welding Mask/Helmet

That's a waist of good tools
<p>yeah. </p>
Ha - I love it! It looks unwieldy and rough and totally Mad Max - I want one!! Thanks for making this!
What a &quot;tool&quot;! *Much sarcasm and pun intended* :-) Love the idea, I may make one of these to keep in the car. Good work.
Mercy! Thanks for the link to my Instructable on learning to weld.
You're Welcome, it was really helpful to remember a lot of the how to and safety I'd forgotten and learn some things I'd missed the first time I tried welding. <br>
This is awesome, reminds me of <a href="http://youtu.be/x22yNaLdiGA">knife wrench</a>
Ha I love that show, Can't believe I never saw that one before.
Lol cool, now that's a multi tool!

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