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    Homemade a tool from Angle Ginder and Cable

    Today Kwando Technic would like to introduce how to homemade a tool from Angle Grinder and Cable.

    It is very useful for difficult position where you can't use Wrench or Screw driver.

    I hope you all feel interested in my video.

    Thank you so much!

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    My dad made what was probably the first flexible drive extension ever.
    back in the early 1950s about the time I was born according to what an uncle told me years later about the time my dad needed to get at a nut / bolt or some fastener at an angle that a universal joint type extension was not handy to use so he cut a 1/4" drive extension in half then brazed in a short length of cable. According to my uncle a tool sales men saw it and soon every tool dealer had them
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    Thanks Kwandotechnic! We've added your Flexible Shaft Extension to our Miscellaneous category,
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    Nice idea and nice work well done on the video


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwandotechnic View Post
    Today Kwando Technic would like to introduce how to homemade a tool from Angle Grinder and Cable.

    It is very useful for difficult position where you can't use Wrench or Screw driver.

    I hope you all feel interested in my video.

    Thank you so much!

    Kwando Technic.
    A useful tool! Thanks!

    One suggestions, though. Consider slipping a loose tube or pipe sleeve (of some determined length) over cable so you can better control the flex in the cable. This will also help prevent broken/frayed wire from the cable sticking you in your hands or fingers (worse than a paper cut!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeVanGeaux View Post
    A useful tool! Thanks!

    One suggestions, though. Consider slipping a loose tube or pipe sleeve (of some determined length) over cable so you can better control the flex in the cable. This will also help prevent broken/frayed wire from the cable sticking you in your hands or fingers (worse than a paper cut!).
    Thank you so much!

    Your opinion very useful.

    I will focus to improve it and notice in next products.

    Regard!

    Kwando.

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    I have had a flexible 1/4'' drive 6'' extension in my tool box for 40 years at least. I have never been able to apply any torque to a nut with it.
    Rob


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