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[*] posted on 24-3-2021 at 17:29
What on earth.....


Looks well made enough that im thinking its an extremely 'project-specfic' piece of kit that i will never know what's its for.
In short the readout is spin speed/motor power for the two round spinning bits
The gas torch is adjustable however appears to be designed to run across the top of the spinny bits.
Any ideas?

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[*] posted on 24-3-2021 at 22:04


Brass cartridge case neck annealer?


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I should elaborate, it's used in reloading to anneal the necks of brass catridge cases after resizing to ensure consistent neck tension when a new bullet is seated.

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[*] posted on 25-3-2021 at 06:23


Looks similar to a glass ampule sealer as well, most have a carousel for ampules, and then spin the ampule as it goes into the torch. The ampule sealer rarely work wells in my experience. Hopefully the annealer does a better job.
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