Don't you just hate trying to figure out the scale on a nut or bolt?!
This is must-have, essential tool for EVERY gear head, handy man, tool collector and hoarder on either side of the pond - north AND southside! Great gift for birthdays, Christmas, Father and Mother's Day, wedding anniversaries and even National Taco Day!
C'mon, with ONE hand you can switch with ease.
Accessibility - UPDATE
How can I be so closed-minded to realize the potential impact this wrench can make on a global scale!?!? Thanks, Go4peace, for inspiring SmartWrench-Global.stl and SmartWrench-Alt.stl! CHEERS!
OH WAIT!! What about lefties out there?!?! Per request of a local celebrity in the community check out SmartWrench-Global-Lefty.stl!!
A new addition to the family is SmartWrench-SAE.stl for that one union mechanic that can't use anything unless it follows SAE on the tool*. I've got you covered!
Don't let the guy know SAE is not a set of measurements and the official SAE standard is currently metric.
Only in 'Merica!
You may want to keep this tidbit to yourself: it works on square nuts as well!!
Better hurry and print yours today, it's super limited to the number you print.
Added Bonus x 2
Still having some issues printing this? Or, would you like to increase the size and remain printable?? Well, I uploaded SmartWrench_w_Supports.stl I used on my make which assists the bridging and help keep some items in place during printing.
There's more!! You can use this in school by pairing it with a ruler to learn about both types of scales and how we're advancing in an age of technological marvels.
I want this awesome heirloom to show it's patina over time so I spared no expense and used a free sample pack of Proto-Pasta Magnetic Iron PLA. To make sure I don't mistake the wrong end, I painted the letters white.
I used Printable_Wrench_w_more_gap.A.0.stl as the base model. With Meshmixer, I removed the lettering and plane cut the end off. Then I imported into Tinkercad to add the adjacent end (spoiler alert: it's the same) along with the lettering. Finally, imported back into Meshmixer to make sure there were no mesh errors.
You are welcome to play around with it at https://tinkercad.com/things/erefPqOgvIm