On Sat, 2 Feb 2019 00:19:54 +0000, David Billington
On 01/02/2019 06:11, Cydrome Leader wrote:
It's some sort of press with a heavy wheel that spins back and forth and
presses on the work using a heavy screw.
No audio needed, just watch about 10 seconds
What's the history of these, any is it something uncommon in the US?
I've not seen a powered one like that but it's basically a fly press as
others have mentioned. For manual operation they're quite nice as you
get a feel for the energy input required to do the job so you adjust
accordingly. I have one and they're quite common in the UK. The pic
posted of a bunch of them in Texas looks a lot like Norton or Sweeney &
Blocksidge but I expect they were made in the US as well.
What do the heavy balls do for getting a feel for the work?
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