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C_PLUS_Woodworker

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05-11-2013 07:30 PM

I found this on the floor of my garage shop.

Next to my Unisaw…....(which I built all the surface areas, extensions and legs for,,,,,,,,so I don’t think it came from the saw),

It was also kinda laying between my big Delta Dust Collector and the saw and my router table, (which I built also.

I have absolutely no idea as to what it is or how it got on the floor in the middle of my garage shop.

And I don’t want to chuck it cuz 2 days later I will find out it is a critical part of something.

I am kinda nervous that it vibrated loose from one of my machines and I want to be careful.

It is about 3 1/2×3 1/2 inches by a 1/4 inch (strong) thick.

Cast pot metal.

Anybody ?????

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bullhead1

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#1 posted 05-11-2013 08:06 PM

Try looking in your equipment manuals for an exploded parts diagram. You may be able to identify it there.

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bhog

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#2 posted 05-11-2013 08:49 PM

Muffler bearing for an overhead rotary girder

Bump

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TorxNut

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#3 posted 05-11-2013 09:43 PM

“Muffler bearing for an overhead rotary girder”

Now that’s just silly. Everyone knows that overhead rotary girders don’t use bearings on their mufflers. They use sleeve valves!

Bill

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a1Jim

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#4 posted 05-11-2013 10:32 PM

It seems that I’ve seen something like this as part of a seat belt mechanism ???

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RussellAP

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#5 posted 05-11-2013 11:06 PM

Could be part of a ratchet clamp.

Just saw how big it is. I’d sure find out what it is from before I use any of my equipment.

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widdle

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#6 posted 05-11-2013 11:11 PM

lol

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Bluepine38

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#7 posted 05-12-2013 04:14 AM

Unless there are some wear marks or signs of usage on it, which I can not see in these pictures, it does not
look as though it was on a machine and came off. Of course I have been wrong before. I think it is just a
spare part the shop gremlins dropped to confuse you.

-- As ever, Gus-the 75 yr young apprentice carpenter

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kizerpea

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#8 posted 05-12-2013 11:25 AM

its a c- clamp for the micro fluxuator…located by the plasma conduent…

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JoeinGa

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#9 posted 05-12-2013 11:30 AM

Get a look up inside the saw cabinet. Might be some sort of spacer that hangs with the open end in a downward fashion? Somehow it got “bumped” up and fell out maybe?

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toolie

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#10 posted 05-12-2013 02:32 PM

wherever it’s from, you can be assured it’ll let you know where it belongs at the worst possible moment.

-- there's a solution to every problem.......you just have to be willing to find it.

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MSgtRegester

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#11 posted 05-12-2013 02:46 PM

Base plate from a Retroencabulator.
It made of pre-famulated amulite surmounted by a malleable logarithmic casing in such a way that the two spurving bearings ran in a direct line with the panametric fan when installed.

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waho6o9

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#12 posted 05-12-2013 02:59 PM

All the above statements are correct.

I use my muffler bearing to tune my nuclear submarine.

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Bill White

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#13 posted 05-12-2013 03:00 PM

Ah HAH! Now we know who wrote all those operation manuals for the military.
Don’t have a clue, but I agree that, if ya throw it away, you’ll need it the next day.
Bill

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Straightbowed

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#14 posted 05-12-2013 03:11 PM

It’s a Flojet Slip Valve it goes on the end of the sawbridge accelerator on the BIBSAW

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sprucegum

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#15 posted 05-12-2013 09:19 PM

I have a sister in law who has a fascination with keys she absolutely must know what each one goes to. Any time I have one I no longer need I leave it somewhere in her house without telling her. It drives her freaking nuts. Maybe you had a sinister visitor.

-- A tube of calk and a gallon of paint will make a carpenter what he ain't

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