I’ve seen a few handles that convert a hex key into a “screwdriver” style tool, so I figured I would make one. (I’m sure there are better ones, but this one is mine!)
This one is two pieces. The main handle has a slot so you can insert the hex key, and then a piece to put into the slot. (Which I call the “Slot Filler” of course.)
When I printed this on the Prusa (not pictured) it came out perfect, and the slot filler filled the slot… perfectly.
When I printed it on the Maker Select Plus (the red version in the photos) it… well, fits, mostly… sort of. Hmmm. I had to X-ACTO knife away the blobs on the end. (Sorry, but the Prusa just prints better!)
You could always glue the slot filler into place I guess. It’s a wedge so it should “wedge” in place. In theory…
The first version had no slot filler, and no hole for the short end. I just smashed it into the slot. I figured making it removable might be a better option though…
Maybe it’s not a god idea? I don’t know. I did widen the slot a bit and added the slot filler. I just like designing these things and testing them out.
You can get the STL and .scad file from Printables.com – Hex Driver Handle (2mm). Print it if you need it!