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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsgatonian View Post
    Great report! Does anyone know what the device in pic #8 is?
    Not sure what is was, i thought i must have been part of a machine or for splittiing bobbins maybe..


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    Like it Stussy! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsgatonian View Post
    Great report! Does anyone know what the device in pic #8 is?
    Its a tool for sealing banding/strapping, you feed the banding and then torque/ tighten up the banding/strapping put on a metal clip then use the crimper to seal it.
    Last edited by 3domfighter; 20th Mar 13 at 20:29.

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