There is an anecdote, that German language has words for very precise psychological concepts. Does it have a word for the suffering that a responsible artisan/engineer feels when he is forced to work with poor tools/designs that negatively impact work and don't let him reach the level of quality and productivity he is used to?
would mean the thing. It is a composite of "tool" and "frustration".
Murksmelancholie maybe? I just made this up. You are allowed, too!
Really, if you want to coin a new word in German, go on. Scrabble manufacturers can't stop you, neither do the Duden folks. It's just how we roll.
What I suggest is not a single word, rather an expression (could be considered idiomatic):
vom Material ausgebremst
One could imagine a technician or an artisans saying something like:
Das ist nicht so gut geworden, wie es hätte werden sollen. Zu unpräsise an den Kanten. Tja. Da wurden wir mal wieder vom Material ausgebremst.
Where "Material" may refer to the material they are working on (pieces of metal, or whatever), or the tools they are working with.
Interestingly, from everyday practice in Germany, I do not remember people complaining about bad tools. Rather you would hear artisans express their proud and joy of quality tools e.g. in a phrase such as
Ma braucht halt reachte Mascheena!
(Man braucht halt ordentliche Maschinen!), here in Swabian dialect, as a way to express satisfaction with the result of their work.