1129: It's a roller. Probably you put 4 of them on a wooden frame and
then you could roll the frame.
1130: Some sort of navigational instrument, perhaps for taking sun or
1131: Manure stirrer.
1132: Sometimes a spade is not a spade. Entrenching tool, though,
before they came up with the folding kind?
1133: Appears to be a sprinkler of some sort.
1134: Leather punch
1135: Perhaps some sort of pressure gauge.
There's no such thing as a free lunch, but certain accounting practices can
result in a fully-depreciated one.
Well, here's what I got. Don't know what any of
them are called:
1130 looks like some sort of optical device. Some
kind of viewing instrument, perhaps? For measuring
1132 looks like it might be for cutting or chopping
something, like a chisel, perhaps?
1134 looks like you could use to punch a hole
in something -- put in in there, squeeze the handle,
and the spike drives through it.
The link below has some photos of an aluminum torus that someone found in
their father's workshop after he passed away. I've heard some guesses on
it, but haven't been able to verify any of them, maybe someone here will
Bunt Cookie mould
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illogical liberal minority, and rabidly promoted by an
unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the
proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.
What was the background of the Father... That could be anything from
WWII part of some sort to a XRAY machine or anything. Sometimes Goo
is flux, grease, or special chemical for a unique property that isn't
plain to the causal viewer.
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I had asked him that question, here is his response:
"My Father, after retirement, had a small work area in the garage, mostly
for puttsing around with lawn equipment and his car maintenance. How or why
this object was there is anybody's guess, he did not do any precise
work....he was a life long salesman."
Let's see. D is the diameter from the middle of the tube on one side to
the middle of the tube on the other side. That would be (15.2 + 45.2) /
2 or 30,2 mm.
d is the diameter of the tube, or 15.2 mm.
Volume is 2.4674Dd^2. That would be 17.2 ml.
If it were solid aluminum it would weigh 45.4 g.
4 ounces is 113.5 g. That must be some very heavy paste.
I wonder where I went wrong...
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