Dremel/drill Blender/mixer

Introduction: Dremel/drill Blender/mixer

About: I am not the Stig, I am the Stigs evil dremel-wielding cousin!

Hi!  This is My first instructable, so bear with me.

We will be making a multi-purpose mixer blade that can be used for Dremel or drill, depending on what you need to use for.

Supplies needed:
Large grape juice bottle (or any thin piece of plastic, whatever is handy).
1/8 inch bare steel wire

Tools:
Dremel, bits needed are a plastic cutter and a small engraver bit.
Wire cutters.
Needle nose pliers.







































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Step 1: Getting It Ready

Take the piece of wire and cut it to about 4 to 5 inches.  Use the needle nose pliers, bend it into the shape of a hook, then put it on the dremel/drill.  Turn the dremel/drill on. If it vibrates a lot, bend it with the needle nose pliers so that the top of the curve is in the middle when it spins.  When it spins without vibrating, take it off and set it aside.


Step 2: Make the Guard


To protect the machine from whatever you are mixing, take the bottom of a grape juice jug and cut out a 2 to 3 inch circle using the cutter bit. Using the 1/8 inch bit, drill a hole through the middle of the plastic.











Step 3: The Grand Finale


Finally, slip the bottom of the jug onto the hook, attach to the drill, and your done!

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    3 Discussions

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    elliot5445
    elliot5445

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    with the one I made, it fit pretty tight. however, if it slips down, hot glue it and it should hold it.

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    dan.banici
    dan.banici

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome. I was looking for a mixing/stirring rod for a Dremel. Your tutorial helped me realize I can probably McGyver or Frenkenstein one. Wait, are those verbs? ;-)