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What is this and what is it used for


@crossrulz wrote:

@ThiCop wrote:

A tip:

The hat itself contains objects that become visible by pulling the rabbit out of the hat.


Sounds like a gum ball machine


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that was the clue I needed to set Google loose.

 

 

 

Ben

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Nope,
The objects that show up are not considered to be food.
You can consider them as eating utensils.

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Thierry C - CLA, CTA - Senior R&D Engineer (Former Support Engineer) - National Instruments
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If it's that small, it can only be one thing!

 

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It's a toothpick holder/dispenser

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Kind Regards,
Thierry C - CLA, CTA - Senior R&D Engineer (Former Support Engineer) - National Instruments
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Sweet!

 

Alright next one:

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Engine valve

PaulG.

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Nope. Hint:

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It doesn't go inside of anything. You can see it during use.

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Again a question of its size....

door stopper? 🙂

 

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It is used to make round things like turning blobs of glass into marbles or steel into ball bearings?

 

Ben

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Smiley Very Happy Anything can be used as a door stopper.

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The circular part is 6 inches diameter.

Not used to make ball bearings, but on a side note that process is pretty cool. They just tumble the balls through specific sized grooves and this breaks off all the edges until you get the prefectly round balls. This explains it well.

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