On Mar 21, 3:01 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
2824. looks like either a tool to pick up nuts like pecans or walnuts
that have fallen to the ground, or to pick fruit that is high on the
2825. can crusher - just saw video on Red Eye on FNC
2826. is the cylinder sticking out towards the camera an eye piece?
Yes, I just checked the email from this one and added this information to my
Below the lens there is a rotating ruler with three possible scales, text on the
bottom reads "Chronic Bros. Mfrs N.Y."
Dad burn it! First one in forever I knew and you beat me to the answer:-( I saw
it on Youtube just yesterday... Ah, Fark video tab, headline was "If you like
to watch repetitive things, this video may be just what you are looking for"
2821: Wire splicers / terminal post?
2822: Timing wheel?
2823: clip for inserting resisters / capacitors in a PCB?
2824: New age hoe?
2825: Home made powered can crusher?
2826: Survey equipment?
On 3/21/2013 4:01 AM, email@example.com wrote:
2821: The mechanism is a differential-screw, so there's a HUGE
mechanical advantage (and the wide wings make it easy to really
crank down). It's a cable/wire clamp, or possibly a crimp tool (though
it's hard to visualize what gets crimped).
2822: an electrical commutator, probably for the purpose of rectifying AC to DC.
The shaft would be driven by an AC synchronous motor, the brushes would
connect AC only during the positive half-cycle.
2823: Some kind of scraper to clean the inside of a hole?
2824:The long handle suggests a dirty job; chimney cleaning scrubber?
2825: A powered nutcracker, for use on coconuts?
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