|01-16-2013 06:18 PM|
It's a cork bore sharpening tool. In chemical labs, corks were used to seal various size glassware. To put various sized tubing through the corks, cork boreing tools were used. Each boreing tool was a three inch long thinwall brass tube, externally sharpened on one end with a T-handle on the other. The set of boring tools, eight or ten total, were nested inside each other. When a tool got dull, you held it by the T-handle, put the tip of the conical tool in the opening, pushed the blade against the dull tube tip with your thumb and rotated the the T-handle until the bore tool was sharp.
Not funny but accurate.
|01-09-2013 06:54 PM|
|NEW INTERIORS||Never seen one before.. But it does look like it could hurt someone..|
|01-09-2013 06:30 PM|
|01-09-2013 06:28 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||takes place of prepration H|
|01-08-2013 11:59 AM|
i maybe all wet but it looks like a tool for planting flowers or potatoes
|01-08-2013 11:17 AM|
Ident this tool please
What is this is this thing that's been hiding out in my tool box for years?
The knife blade is about 3" long and pivots in the tapered brass piece. I've tried to use it as a chip chaser on the O.D. of tubiing but there are better ways of doing that.
All explainations are welcome and maybe for a good laugh... kinda keep it clean..... I don't think it's used at Planned Parenthhod.