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Name That Tool! by Boondawg
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No Cheating!

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It obviously counts something that is being twisted or wound (or unwound). Four turns make one count. The tool itself does not do the turning. It remains fixed along the rotational axis.

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Originally posted by williegoat:

It obviously counts something that is being twisted or wound (or unwound). Four turns make one count. The tool itself does not do the turning. It remains fixed along the rotational axis.


Yup.

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Is that a Phillips head on it?
Is there a "socket" on the end of the shaft by the heart shape?
Why is it graduated to 31?
Why does it look too ornate for a simple tool?
Is it part of a grandfather clock?

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It's a henway.

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Originally posted by LitebulbwithaFiero:

Why is it graduated to 31?
Why does it look too ornate for a simple tool?
Is it part of a grandfather clock?



Hmmm.... maximum number of days in a month.

It's gotta be part of an antique birth-control pill dispensing device.

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It's a henway.


No it is not. It is one of them there 'multi tools'.

 
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Is there a "socket" on the end of the shaft by the heart shape?


Heh, clearly you are not a beer drinker. Have you never seen a bottle opener ?


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Originally posted by Patrick:

It's gotta be part of an antique birth-control pill dispensing device.


 
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Have you never seen a bottle opener ?


 
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It is one of them there 'multi tools'.


A combination bottle opener and birth control device.....could come in handy!
Where can I buy one?

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Some type of reem that can gage depth or thread count?

Hardened deburring type cutting edge. Precision instrument. Watch Maker or jewelry?

No cheating. Probably close, but wrong. 🐇

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Anyone want to count the teeth on the worm wheel?
Looks like a single worm so the gearing should be 1:x with x being the amount of teeth on the worm wheel.
If it is 1:100 I have an idea what it might be, but the 31 graduations throw me off.

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Anyone want to count the teeth on the worm wheel?
Looks like a single worm so the gearing should be 1:x with x being the amount of teeth on the worm wheel.
If it is 1:100 I have an idea what it might be, but the 31 graduations throw me off.

124 teeth. No I did not count them. Read my first post.

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Just so you know, I got as far as ya'all did.
But there is an answer!

A Hint: Click to show

P.S. I just want to thank my fans for the ratings!
Shows you're a fan!
Lol!

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Trippin' perpendicular!

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Originally posted by Boondawg:

Just so you know, I got as far as ya'all did.
But there is an answer!

A Hint: Click to show

The tip makes perfect sense. Lightbulbwithafiero suggested that it looks like a phillips screw driver. It obviously engages something that looks like a philips screw.

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The tip makes perfect sense. Lightbulbwithafiero suggested that it looks like a phillips screw driver. It obviously engages something that looks like a philips screw.


I fell for that, too.
I just didn't envision that form-factor being the means of contact to complete this tools task.

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Here is a tool that belongs to me. I have never had to use it. I would have to bend it to shape before use. Go ahead, cheat.



It sits in a special toolbox along side this, which I have used.

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Looks more like R&P than Phillips no matter what it's used for

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Originally posted by maryjane:

Looks more like R&P than Phillips no matter what it's used for

Since the thread appears to have been abandoned, I looked the device up. The shape of the tip is not necessarily important to, or indicative of it's function. As a matter of fact, most others that I found have a rubber tip. My initial assessment is correct: that it counts rotations, but there is an additional factor or dimension.

(God help me. In my attempt to be purposefully vague, I ended up sounding like rinselberg)

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I was thinking it was a machinist tachometer, but the graduations and 124:1 gearing makes no sense for that.

So Mr. Boondawg, what is it.

By the way, I decided to name it George

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Originally posted by williegoat:

Here is a tool that belongs to me. I have never had to use it. I would have to bend it to shape before use. Go ahead, cheat.



It sits in a special toolbox along side this, which I have used.





Well I saw the exact tool in a couple of videos this weekend so I am out.

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Well I saw the exact tool in a couple of videos this weekend so I am out.

Interesting, taking up a new hobby, or expanding an old one?

Oh, I could leave a hint, but I would have to fiddle around with the post.

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Originally posted by LitebulbwithaFiero:

I was thinking it was a machinist tachometer, but the graduations and 124:1 gearing makes no sense for that.

So Mr. Boondawg, what is it.

By the way, I decided to name it George



 
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Since the thread appears to have been abandoned...



A tachometer.

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A tachometer.



Please elaborate. George is like no tachometer I have seen, as most are graduated to 100, to keep the math simple. If that one rotated 7 full times and stopped on 21 in a minute, then what was the RPM?

On one graduated to 100, with gearing also 100:1 it would be 721 RPM

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WillieGoat is holding out on us.
If it is for something musical, I will neverget it.

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Originally posted by Boondawg:


A tachometer.


Details?

It must predate me or used for relatively low rpm. I've had several hand held analog tachs over the years and all had a glass covered dial.
Perhaps used to check lathe head lead screw rpm for threading?
Something Starett might have made early on??

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https://images.app.goo.gl/M9Qbd8L2vignkopc9

That is a Starret one.
I do not think George is of the same use

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Originally posted by LitebulbwithaFiero:

WillieGoat is holding out on us.
If it is for something musical, I will neverget it.

Now, would I string you along like that?
Actually, there is a hint in my previous post.
Oops, I did it again. (No, it has nothing to do with Brittany Spears)

Both tools are for specific "things". Each is for a different thing, but both things are in the same general class.

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Well, at least the answer is not 42.

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Interesting, taking up a new hobby, or expanding an old one?

Oh, I could leave a hint, but I would have to fiddle around with the post.



I find it very interesting, I have attempted "repairing" and while it went ok it wasn't what I would call a success.
My girl friend loves watching how things are put together. So we watch all kinds of restoration videos on the tube.
Went to our first makersspace yesterday https://urbanworkshop.net/ it put a lot of ideas in my head.
So if we do decide that the price of joining is worth it we would like to spend some of our time working on ideas that also help pay some of the fees.

I will start another thread about the MakersSpace as its something I wouldnt have thought about doing until I moved here and didnt have any place to work on things.

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Post more tools, I love mysteries.

From the same toolbox (with the thing it is used on):

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Tool #1

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Tool #2

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Tool #3

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Back scratcher
leather punch
circumcision tool
(I have no idea)

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The first tool, the rods are individual, not attached to one another. They are a little flexible. I don't know what this tool is but it could possibly be used for a masochistic back scratcher.

The second tool appears to have another piece that goes into the lower jaw. The upper jaw doesn't fit into it when closed. I don't know what this tool is.

The third tool, the jaws are spring loaded and can be opened by squeezing the handles. The part held by the screw slides forward. The wide part of the handle also slides forward. I'm not sure if the handle is supposed to be bent, but it doesn't hinder the operation. I know what this tool is.

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The first one looks a little like a guira scraper. Is their any lettering on it?
The second might be used to either punch a hole or insert something like maybe a primer cap.
Is the third one a wire stripper? (if not, then it is definitely a circumcision tool)

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I thought the first one was some kind of scraper, also. No markings at all on it.
The third might work for circumcision, but it would certainly be a very painful one. The small part that slides forward is cupped, tapered, and has a bit of a sharp edge. The wider part on the handle slides forward and has a notch so as to fit around something. It's the only one that has identifying marks, and even instructions stamped into the handle.

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Originally posted by fierofool:

I thought the first one was some kind of scraper, also. No markings at all on it.
The third might work for circumcision, but it would certainly be a very painful one. The small part that slides forward is cupped, tapered, and has a bit of a sharp edge. The wider part on the handle slides forward and has a notch so as to fit around something. It's the only one that has identifying marks, and even instructions stamped into the handle.


The first tool is for finding rpm based on vibration or resonant frequency if you prefer.
The only problem with yours is you don't know it's range unless it's engraved on it.

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#2 looks lika like an old old drum brake spring tool..I know it isn't but it sorta resembled it.

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