It also is used in a venturi type system (upside down) to deliver medicine via aerosol for a breathing treatment.
Anne Miller wrote:Is it this:
Home Brew Airlock
theresa tulsiak wrote:It also is used in a venturi type system (upside down) to deliver medicine via aerosol for a breathing treatment.
Brian Rodgers wrote:From my deceased parent's barn: This may be easy... or not
The tool in the black outline is what?
Nicole Alderman wrote:Dentist drill???
Pearl Sutton wrote:Mike Barkley: I scanned images on the net, I was going to quick photoshop you a left handed bacon stretcher (I LOVE that concept!) found this, looks better than what I would have made... For you, a left handed bacon stretcher!!
For anyone else, what on earth is that? I have no guess :)
Ah ha! Looked at it again as it posted, I DO know what it is! So anyone else, what is it?
And me being me, I want one.
That is brilliant, but I can't verify it, because I really don't know, and now that you said that I really really don't know, smiles. Technically what you suggest fits better than a tool vice, because there is no adjusting for different width tools.
Mike Jay wrote:Is Brian's thing something to hold together standing seam metal roofing (or the like) while it's crimped/fastened/soldered further down the roof?
Glenn Herbert wrote:That is a saw tooth setter, for bending the teeth on a saw blade to make the kerf wider and the saw cut easier.
It is a different adjusting mechanism than the two I have, probably a good bit older; the wedge shaped part slides up and down, and the top adjustable part moves and locks to exactly fit the thickness of the saw blade. The farther up the wedge moves, the longer the teeth it can handle. (The actual tooth bender is hidden inside the shell, and is pushed against the flat part of the wedge when the handle is squeezed. The blade sits at the wedge angle to the tool, and the tooth is bent plumb.)
Any sufficiently advanced technology will be used as a cat toy. And this tiny ad contains a very small cat:
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