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Quick Tuner is a guitar string winder designed to interface with common house hold hand tools.
This tool is a WORK IN PROGRESS and is untested. I encourage everyone to submit a suggestion or report a problem, if any are encountered. I will revise and update this until it is fully tested or a better competing tool is released.
**Current Revision: V1.3
V1.3: Revised Hex bit dimensions. A tester found them to be to big.
All SolidWorks models included.
WARNING: USING THIS TOOL WITH A HIGH TORQUE/RPM POWER DRILL IS NOT ADVISED. DOING SO CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO YOUR GUITAR AND THIS TOOL.
Step 1: Download the variation you desire.
Step 2: Print the tool.
Step 3: Let me know if it works!
The drill bit version is intended to be used with a low torque/rpm electric SCREWDRIVER, not to be confused with a POWER DRILL.
Quicktuner = String winder base plus attached screwdriver bit.
Quicktuner_base = String winder base with screwdriver bit interface. Hopefully to be used with preexisting long bits. Phillips or Flathead.
Quicktuner_socket_base = String winder base designed to interface with a socket wrench.
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