A while ago a friend who TIG welds for a living gave me a small container full of short 1/16 tungstens, basically castoffs for him but still have a few more grinds left in them.
Most are long enough to work fine with a stubby gas lens setup. I like having a bunch sharp and ready to go, given that I am more talented than most at poking my tungsten into the puddle.
The problem with sharpening 30 or 40 of these at a sitting was that as they are so short I found myself either burning my fingers on them while grinding or just slightly sanding the skin off my knuckles on the grinder belt. Not ideal. So I cobbled this up using the chuck and shaft from a junk cordless drill I had laying around.
Not brilliant, but pretty handy and easy to make from junk. No need to tighten with a chuck key, hand tight holds them fine and the handle makes it easy to spin while grinding. No more burned fingers or sanded knuckles.