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    Default Ralmikes tool-a-Rama catalog number 060-1-4, what is it?

    I found two of these at an estate sale. The fellow that passed on was a retired scientist that was found to have a lot of unfinished projects in his shop. This was one of two items marked : Ralmikes Tool-A-Rama Cat. No. 060-1-4.
    Can anyone tell me what they are? Thank you in advance...Rick.ralmikes-012.jpgralmikes-009.jpgralmikes-010.jpg ralmikes-2-001.jpg

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    My SWAG is that the Ralmike's parts are the dovetail slides, and everything else is custom fabrication. It's probably from a turboencabulator assembly jig based on the angulatory kinematic patina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rklopp View Post
    My SWAG is that the Ralmike's parts are the dovetail slides, and everything else is custom fabrication. It's probably from a turboencabulator assembly jig based on the angulatory kinematic patina.
    Wot he said!

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    That's an interesting theory. If someone on here has an old Ralmikes catalog perhaps they could look it up by the 060-1-4 part number. I would still like to know what it is called and what it is used for so that I can sell it to a machinist that can use it. Evil capitalism at it's finest...LOL. But seriously, I saved a bunch of Hardinge HLV parts and a few other items from being sold as scrap. If I am posting in the correct place, I plan on putting more pictures on tomorrow morning of tools / equipment that I can not identify. If there is a better or more correct place to post the pictures please let me know...Rick.


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