Tuesday, November 25, 2008

One of a Kind MBOBar

This was an experimental piece. Kinda neat. I used a 1/4" hex head cap screw to give me a driver and a press fit magnet inside the screw to retain the bit. A generous amount of red Loctite and I really cranked the screw in there so it probably will hold up well enough. A neat idea but a lot of work to do so I abandoned the project and went with the Captive Bit Series instead.



9 comments:

Nandu said...

Really nice, Peter. I may like it even more than the Termite (which I think is a close second to the MSOPThing).

Aaron said...

Very Cool! It is real cool to see the evolution.

Terabyte Project said...

Oh crap! That's sickening. I was actually wondering a couple of nights ago whether a magnet could be used in this way, and you just answered my question. My idea's a little different, but I promise to show you prior to producing them =). Incidentally, I LOVE that clear tubing as a sheath. Great work once again P. Happy T-Day. ©

beardy said...

Nice piece Peter!

Ben said...

When is the next installment of the Atwood museum going to appear?

Peter Atwood said...

I have to get some more pics together. I will eventually do some more posting though I promise. :)

Ben said...

Is it eventually yet?

Carrie said...

Wow that lil stubby and add on bits looks like it has some real potential for EDC bags.

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