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    Tee Handle Hex Driver

    Tee Handle Hex Driver. made from 12L14 and cold rolled steel.
    I bought two new mill end holders so I need two new tee handle hex drivers to remove and cinch up the end mills. the body is the 12L14.
    I used the drill, mill, and lathe to fabricate these tools. Enjoy....:O)
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    They look great!
    How did you insert/secure the Allen bits to ensure they wont spin when something is gut-n-tite?

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    Wmrra13...Hello. These hex shafts were pressed into the bore at 4 thousands over they won't move....:O) I made them for the mill tool those grub screws are not all that tight. Thanks for [email protected]@king.

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    Thanks Captainleeward! We've added your Tee Handle Hex Drivers to our Machining category,
    as well as to your builder page: Captainleeward's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainleeward View Post
    Wmrra13...Hello. These hex shafts were pressed into the bore at 4 thousands over they won't move....:O) I made them for the mill tool those grub screws are not all that tight. Thanks for [email protected]@king.
    Nice work. It is really a time saver to have the right wrenches located next to the machine that needs them.

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    Thanks Wizard69 you must be a really good machinist...:O)


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