Introduction: EDC Bit Screwdriver
Having a multi-tool on your every day carry its a nice first steep to success to resolve on site situations but they don´t have all the sizes our types of screwdriver tips.
Some multi-tools fix this problem with the use of a screwdriver that use bits but normally the don't use a standard size of bits, i'ts nice to have the possibility to replace damage bits our change to a less common bit size very easy.
In this project i will describe how to make a EDC Bit Screwdriver with common materials.
Step 1: Watch the Video
Watch the video and see how the project works.
Step 2: Gather the Material
You will need for this project:
- A magnetic bit holder
- Voltage test screwdriver
Step 3: Get Started
Using a dremel with a disc cutter our a metal saw cut off the screwdriver shank, you have to cut a small part of the handle to.
The idea off using the voltage test screwdriver for this project is because this screwdriver have a handle that is hollow inside for the neon lamp, springs and fuse that you have to remove.
With this done use a two component epoxy glue to glue the magnetic bit holder inside the handle.
I use a small size voltage test screwdriver to keep this project as small as possible , and having a pocket clip is a plus.
Step 4: Final Thoughts
This is a simple and easy project to make, you can make a smaller version of this like you see in the pictures that can make easy to keep on your pocket.
Having the handle keeps comfortable using this tool.
Another idea is to make a small hole on the handle to place on your keychain.
You can use a bit holder to keep your most used bits secure and easy to find.
Tell me on the comments below what applications you will use this for.
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