The hex driver for my Incra Miter Gauge is goofed up. The hex shaft is no longer attached tightly to the handle, so when you try to tighten/loosen a screw the handle rotates and the hex shaft doesn't.
I have a wood blank that is large enough to become a replacement handle.
I'm thinking of drilling a hole centered into one end of the blank just a teeny bit too small for the hex shaft.
Turn to shape and then attempt to force/tap/press the hex shaft into the hole. Too much force might bend the hex key though.
Plan-B is to make the just large enough and epoxy the hex shaft in place. That seems easier and more permanent.
Any thoughts on the best way to make the attachment?
Any useful advise is always appreciated. Smart aleck responses will be tolerated if they make me laugh. I've no interest in BUYING a new hex screwdriver - what's the challenge in that?