Found this in a scrap bin today. Thinking it must have been, discarded by mistake so I hooked it out. On inspection, it was clear that the tip had been broken. With this being a nice long screwdriver, I decided to give it a new lease of life.
I removed the damaged end on a linisher then bent it to 90 degrees using a gas torch light clean up with scothbright and there you have it a swarf rake for lathe or mill in less than 10-minutes.
Broken tip so ended up in the scrap bin.
Key board to give scale
Finished swarf rake cleanend up after heating to bend
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The Home Engineer