|Ian Parkin||15/05/2018 08:48:27|
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|Frances IoM||15/05/2018 09:23:29|
|643 forum posts|
|man trap? - didn't these actually try to break a limb by striking with a heavy metal bar|
|not done it yet||15/05/2018 09:50:18|
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Looks like it is threaded with a heavy yarn ,string or other? So maybe something from spinning/weaving industry?
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Well, for one thing it's almost certainly upside down. Perhaps a view of the top / front / side might give a better perspective. A lot of things are difficult to discern from a bottom view. Looks as if there is a dial and surely some numbers or words.
Doesn't look heavy enough to be part of a machine tool but looks industrial, so yes, perhaps some form of textile machinery.
It's like one of those photo quizzes but without the prize. Or any clues....
|Rik Shaw||15/05/2018 10:03:20|
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Trip catch for slamming door shut on animal trap?????
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Is it the part of a cash register which rings the bell when the drawer pops out?
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Yes, more pics would be helpful.
My best guess so far is a post-bolting stable door latch.
|Ian Parkin||15/05/2018 11:04:39|
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No more pics i'm afraid thats all he has
I agree looks sewing weaving or textile industry's
|Clive Hartland||15/05/2018 11:49:52|
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Perhaps a wire stretching device for fencing wires.
|Neil Wyatt||15/05/2018 13:00:48|
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I can post the pic on our twitter feed and see if that gets an answer?
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