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Made a shame bid and i won 500 crowns 60 Dollar. I do not understand. I do not need it but when it's the prices
 

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looks like you got a super good bargain!!!--I'm envious---Dave
 

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I like it ! :)
 

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Of Corse you need it. :idea: You just don't know what for :barbershop:.
 

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I’ll bite. What is it?
 

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its a toll presetter
It looks like a measuring microscope, too. Can it serve that function as well, I wonder?
Digitizing from a sample can be done old-school, by mapping shapes with such a gizmo. I made
a custom wrench that way, back when game consoles first used 'line head' fasteners.
I just had to break inside the new NEC TurboGrafix box...
 

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I think you mean tool presetter.

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Yes, you have a bargain.
It could also serve as an Optical Comparitor, too. That's what I'd use it for, draw a profile at whatever magnification it supports and compare your hand ground tool to your desired shape.
 
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