Silverware Whisk Adapter for Drill

by dezbot, published

Silverware Whisk Adapter for Drill by dezbot Dec 3, 2012

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I wanted a way to quickly mix protein powder in a glass. Doing it by hand was too labor intensive and I didn't get everything 100% mixed all the time and would leave blobs of goop on the bottom sides of the glass.

More power was required! I made a slotted adapter that is fitted with two forks and then inserted into a drill. Now I can whisk the powder into its proper slurry in just a couple of seconds and not have any left over blobs.

Obviously there are a bazillion different fork handle designs in the world so I can't say this is a universal adapter. The forks I have on hand have handles that are slightly concave so they wedge quite nicely into the slots in the adapter.

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Print out adapter
While print is still warm insert two utensils (forks) into slots. The tines can face each other or away, up to you.
Place adapter into drill chuck
Whisk away

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 Assuming you're drinking protein shakes to help build muscle, it's very comical that mixing a drink is too much work.

dezbot - in reply to Roach

You don't understand, I worked out SOOO HARD I couldn't even lift a fork.  Thus the need for this fabulous contraption ;) 

Roach - in reply to dezbot

 Let alone 2 forks, some plastic, and a drill.  You'd better print out a stand for the drill too!

How fast do I have to spin this before the fork detaches and embeds into the wall?  ;-D

I lol'd...

Always wear eye protection when whisking ;)  Preparing food has never been so dangerous and exciting.

haha :D nice idear!

Is this the Binford 6100 fork whisk adaptor?