It's not sophisticated... It's not pretty... Doesn't require any special skillset to make... It's not expensive... And it works... Parts needed: A small wooden dowel rod A couple zip ties A plastic craft box that eggs fit into Tools needed: A drill A razor knife (or some other method to cut holes in the craft box) Directions: 1. Cut off the top of the craft box. It should cut off easily. 2. Use a drill to make starter holes in each of the compartments of the craft box. 3. Use the razor knife to cut out holes in the bottom of the craft box that will allow the egg to protrude through the bottom of the craft box, but not big enough to let the eggs fall through. 4. Drill a few small holes in the wooden dowel and craft box so you attach the dowel to the craft box. 5. Drill a hole in the incubator big enough for the dowel to fit through. The hole should be drilled so the craft box is sitting on the bottom of the incubator. 6. The turner is done at this point. Simply push or pull the wooden dowel to turn all the eggs at once. They just roll across the bottom of the incubator.