I found myself needing to do some work on my water line this week and just could not get a good angle on the main water shutoff valve with a pair of pliers. A little while in a CAD program and seven hours later, out pops this handy little tool. Yes... seven hours. I tend to over-engineer everything.
This was printed with 70% triangle infill, 2mm walls (5 walls with a 0.4mm nozzle) and 1mm top and bottom (5 layers at 0.2mm layer height). This may be overkill, but I like things to hold up. I used supports, but depending on your printer's bridging abilities, you may not need them.
The tool utilizes a 1/2" drive for use with a standard 1/2" ratchet or breaker bar.
I am a self-proclaimed know-it-all. I will tackle any project regardless of my experience, or lack thereof. Always ready to learn something new. With over 25+ years experience in electronic repair and 10+ years experience in small engine / ATV / motorcycle repair, there is nothing I can't fix, modify or build.
Why a pepper? In case anyone is curious as to why there is a hot pepper embossed into most of my designs... My nickname is Pepper and that little pepper logo is a hell of a lot shorter than "Copyright © 2017 by Derek J.G. Tombrello" which is how I usually sign my work :)
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