As you can see in the picture, these 3D models are the simplest hex keys that can be bought in the market. There is also a variant with a hexagonal ball at one end which allows the tool to be used at an angle off-axis to the screw. A further variant has a handle similar to screwdrivers. These are 3D models of hex keys of standard sizes, i.e., we have drawn the 3D models based on the dimensions of the world-renowned manufacturer of these tools. It should also be said that we have modeled only metric hex keys that belong to the 1st choice sizes because they are most often used in practice. The 2nd choice sizes hex keys can be drawn very easily by modifying any metric 3D model.
Modeling a hex key is very simple, it is enough to draw two simple sketches and apply the Sweep command. Modeling all other hex keys is very easy as you only need to change a few dimensions on both sketches. By combining your 3D assemblies and our 3D models, you can create useful illustrations for books, assembly instructions, instructions for use, and more. If you are engaged in such jobs, we are sure that our 3D models of hex keys will be useful to you because you don’t have to model them yourself.