Die Wrench

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Summary

I wanted a smaller faster die wrench for threading small bolts or chasing threads, sometimes a standard die wrench is just to big and slow to thread onto the bolt.

I searched for a simple palm sized die wrench, somewhat like a palm ratchet without the gimbals, but I couldn't find any.

So I made this double sided wrench for standard 1" dies and 5/8" Dewalt dies. It is a customizer, so it you need to use different sized dies, you can adapt the model.

Print Settings
Printer brand:
Prusa

Printer:
i3 MK3

Rafts:
No

Supports:
Yes

Resolution:
0.20 mm

Infill:
20% gyroid

Filament_brand:
Inland

Filament_color:
Red

Filament_material:
PET-G

Notes:
Supports aren't necessarily needed, but the quality of the print will be better on the bottom edge.



Created by benjamenjohnson in https://www.thingiverse.com


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