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Nuts and Bolts iPhone stand

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2009

Nuts and Bolts iPhone standWe’ve seen our share of custom iPhone docks, but this one takes a minimalist engineering approach. The Nuts and Bolts dock is built from… Well, nuts and a large bolt. The connector is attached to a piece of perspex which holds the iPhone in place.

It was created by one Frederick P Weller and we have to reluctantly admit that we like his approach. Very machine age and industrial looking. And obviously easy to make should you want to try your hand at it. Assuming you have the nuts to pull it off. Oh and the long bolt.

Digital Wrench tells you when bolts are tight

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2009

Digital Wrench tells you when bolts are tightI don’t know about you but I don’t need a fancy digital wrench to tell me when bolts are tight. But if you do, then maybe it’s time you go digital with this wrench. This wrench will give you a mathematically precise torque reading.

Just be careful as the wrench “uses the distance from the leverage point to the bolt head to calculate torque, so moving your hand closer to the bolt head will throw off its reading.” How reliable. It can be yours for just $323. Digital is definitely the way to go.

Hydrokinetic wrench uses the power of liquid

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2009

Hydrokinetic wrench uses the power of liquidThe Hydrokinetic Adjustable wrench lets you work with twenty three different sizes of bolts and nuts. The secret to it’s success with so many sizes lies in the wrench’s liquid core. To adjust the wrench, just open the valve, fit it around the nut or bolt and push the gripper on the opposite end.

This will compress the liquid which will push the gripper on the end. Once it is snug against the nut, close the valve and your wrench is locked in position. The head will let you get into even the tightest spaces and the design of the grip will help you turn damaged nuts and bolts.