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  • No and no, it would be used in an industrial laboratory to monitor a process variable
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    Strange as Angels, Dancing in the Deepest Oceans

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    • I need a even bigger hint!
      I really can't find it.
      Faily of Kzin

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      • "CSF", is a huge hint
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        Strange as Angels, Dancing in the Deepest Oceans

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        • This isn't an easy one but that is okay
          Found something called a Dry Material Feeder but it doesn't quite look the same so I'll keep on searching
          From now on, this is how it is going to be, just her and me
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          • a "Freeness Tester" ? But don't ask me what it means, no idea

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            • Originally posted by -cristina View Post
              a "Freeness Tester" ? But don't ask me what it means, no idea
              That is correct! Next picture please?
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              • !!!!! I never posted images, I have to learn how

                well, I try now


                Last edited by -cristina; 07-09-2011, 22:12:37.

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                • A Rube Goldberg clock works?
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                  Strange as Angels, Dancing in the Deepest Oceans

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                  • No, sorry. This thing was invented more more earlier!

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                    • Looks like the lock inside a safe.
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                      • has nothing to do whith safes or locks

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                        • It's an Antikythera mechanism.

                          An ancient mechanical computer designed to calculate astronomical positions. Shown is a recreated model.

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                          • Yes it is! Bravo!
                            Now it's your turn....

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                            • I may have posted this a long time ago, not sure.

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                              • To me, it looks like an earthquake bolt, used to reinforce older buildings
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