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Just guessing here, but that bottom one looks like a bearing puller for very small bearings.

Another view of the top one would be nice, but perhaps some sort of hand vise?

Thinking jeweler or clockmaker tools.




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Guess away.

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Just guessing here, but that bottom one looks like a bearing puller for very small bearings.

Another view of the top one would be nice, but perhaps some sort of hand vise?

Thinking jeweler or clockmaker tools.



Canon pinion puller.





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Here's one I made myself. Anyone know what it is?
 


Golden Mean calipers? (also called Golden Ratio or phi)

As shown here: https://goldenmeancalipers.com...-is-the-golden-mean/

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Golden Mean calipers? (also called Golden Ratio or phi)

Bingo.



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I found this old Craftsman rev counter in my Grandfather's basement shop after he passed away.
 



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I'll play:

Guess away.

RMD


Watch tools.


Yep, Canon pinon puller (very old one) and a roller warmer for resetting roller jewels. I should have thought and taken a picture of the pallet warmer. Maybe tomorrow.

RMD




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I thought it might be a stem puller. Or the tool to remove a clock's hands ...

My new favorite tool, a digital scale, finally arrived. Five year warranty. Five functions for viewing weight.

At last I'll get moving on this project, now that the weight is recorded. The middle image is a Schweitzer (Copy of 1813) violin top which is long overdue to being reunited with the rest of its violin.

Image 1] 1914 Todt top, 67 grams

Image 2] Schweitzer (Copy of 1813) top c.1895, 92 grams

Image 3] A generic shop violin, 1850-1870, 463 grams. A really really nice old violin might come in just under 400 grams, strings and chin rest included (ready to play).





 
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Unsure what these are for.

Finally a need for a new tool. ⅛" - 27 tap to touch up the threads when replacing a commercial range gas burner valve. The manifolds are just a piece of steel pipe drilled and tapped. Waiting for the motherload of garage sales has not worked out.
 
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^^^^ Blacksmith tongs?


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Yup. Probably blacksmith made too.




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What is the tool left of the anvil ?
 
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How about something more technological?
Here's our new desk top CMM.

 
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What's a CMM?




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A coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is a device that measures the geometry of physical objects by sensing discrete points on the surface of the object with a probe. Various types of probes are used in CMMs, including mechanical, optical, laser, and white light. Depending on the machine, the probe position may be manually controlled by an operator or it may be computer controlled.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...te-measuring_machine




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A coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is a device that measures the geometry of physical objects by sensing discrete points on the surface of the object with a probe.


Ah. Sounds like something that would be used to set up CNC for replicating a prototype, or maybe a 3D printer.

Cool!




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That is to chop your hot rod to the desired length. Maybe.

The tool I posted is stamped stainless steel. Very hand-make looking. Maybe it is for jewelers, to hold their thing while they soldered? With the detents on the handle to hold a clip-in retaining ring?
 
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I love finding old tools like this hand powered drill press and putting them back to use.
I found pictures of this model on line so I can make the work plate that the material rests on .










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