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3D printed in deep yellow, richly colored nylon plastic with a smooth finish.
Here is a tool to remove the specific nuts that fasten your flipper buttons to your cabinet. Quite often the nuts sit in a recessed hole and difficult to grab to then undo. This means people are resorting to using plyers etc which are not ideal.
This tool is designed to slip over the shaft of the flipper button (long or short) and inside the nut to then manually twist and loosen or tighten your flipper button nut.
In the opposite end of this tool is a shaft to fit myIDC-156F Wire Inserterfound here
or search "swinksidc"
In designing this tool to be a dual purpose it makes it a better value tool to purchase. If you want the wire inserter you need to order seperately when ordering parts.
The photo shows the tool handle lining up with the inside of the nut as well as the IDC wire inserter in the other end.
Currently should work in theory and in the process of ordering and testing one and will update in the next few weeks.