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Gizmo Quiz Volume 2 - #16

What's that gizmo?

     
7:02 pm on Oct 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

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What is that gizmo?

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VPL calibration unit?

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Is it used for making knurls on a lathe?
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>VPL calibration

Lol! I''m not the one who has to answer questions! :)

... VPL calibration? i guess no ...

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>knurls on a lathe

Guys, please don't talk turkish with me! ;)

7:09 pm on Oct 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Does the knurled knob adjust the opening between the two black pincer looking thingies (love those technical terms).
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Is it used in manufacturing? Would it be found in a machine shop?
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Does it fit in a pocket?
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Is it used in woodworking?
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>Is it used in manufacturing? Would it be found in a machine shop?

Nope. Not really.

>Does it fit in a pocket?

Hm. Yes.

>Is it used in woodworking?

nope

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Would this be part of a larger device?

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Okay, I'll repeat it:

Does the knurled knob adjust the opening between the two black pincer looking thingies (love those technical terms).

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no, mack. One piece - one tool.
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Is it used to transfer a measurement from one place to another?
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Jim, please specifiy / translate. LOL. :)

>Is it used to transfer a measurement from one place to another?

nope

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Does something run through the two groves?

does the wheel section have a ratchet (allows it to rotate in one direction)

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Is it used to make sure the width of something is consistant, perhaps a bike wheel or tire?
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Too technical, huh?

If you turn the knob do the black things move back and forth?

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Is it used to make a grove pattern into something?
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>Too technical, huh?

am a kraut. :)

>If you turn the knob do the black things move back and forth?

Yep!

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>Is it used to make sure the width of something is consistant...

No.

>Is it used to make a grove pattern into something?

erm, nope.

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Is it used on humans?
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Is it used to measure?
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not used to humans not used to measure.
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Is it used to grip or hold something?
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Is it used to hold small items?
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>Is it used to grip or hold something?

somehow ...

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Would you call it a clamp or vise?

IS it used to grab onto something to aid in the removal?. Perhaps a tool used to remove the backs off of a watch?

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Is it a brake for a scooter?
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It looks like a strange sort of IC chip extractor tool...

Probably not though ;-)

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