Introduction: Third-hand: Tutor to Drain the Pasta

What will be the mysterious object?
And how do I use it?

Step 1: The Reason

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How many times have you ever run into the pasta and has no person close that there might support the pasta drainer? To me this happened several times so this idea was born from a precise need.

Step 2: The Components

As components of my accomplishment I used one of the things easier to find: the metal hanger.
With two of these pieces and a few other things I realized this simple but useful tool.
First I cut the part as in figure, not that I needed, and I be straightened so forceps part useful.

Step 3: The First Bend

In this step I gave a first bend to two pieces, helping me with one pasta drainer not very large and reinstating the outside circumference of it as best possible.

Step 4:

Then I hooked up the two pieces together using clamps connecting electrical freed from the insulating. I then impressed a slight bend as shown in the final part of the tool.

Step 5: The Wooden Regulator

To adjust depending on the size of the pasta drainer the measure of the tool I used a small wooden regulator flipping allows enlarge or the establishment of the same tool.
It's a simple wooden cylinder, better if hard type (type beech or other), with two holes at the right size so that it can scroll up the arm to adapt it from time to time at the pasta drainer that you use.

Step 6: Finally the Test

Finally, after inserting the regulator, I folded the final part of my gear and I plugged as from the other side.
The test I did was run with two different pasta drainer  to prove the effectiveness of the regulator.
The length of the tool is 54 cm and is more than enough for "cover" the width of my kitchen sink.

Step 7: The Test of the Hook

Finally I remained to be done only the test-hook....and i can say:"test-hook exceeded!"
I am very pleased with this job and I want to share it with those who can draw utility. thank you for your attention and if you wish to comment on this my instructable your comment (or constructive criticism) will be welcome!  To the next ...