Need help ID-ing some parts/tools

by Ironbadger

Well, I finally remembered these bits.

I got these some years ago, from a warehouse that had been raided by the feds, shut down, and completely liquidated.

The place was a car dealership of some sort- but they were up to their ears in smuggling and green card counterfeiting.
(Thats all the details I really have...)

I knew the guard who was watching the grounds, and since the place was due to be bulldozed in a few days, several of use were invited unofficially to look the place over and help ourselves to whatever junk was left.

So in a pile of shelving units and wreckage, I found the following bits.

The tap is a 1 1/2inch size. (Its marked.)

The cutting head is a bit of a mystery- I think its for reaming the cylinders on engines.
Its only marking is a name, so I assume it belonged to one of the techs who was arrested.

The rest are a box of starters, and some loose tool handles or somesuch.
I think they're just stripped off a mill or lathe.

Just looking to have my guesses confirmed or denied.

I think the only possibly valuable part is the cutting head...But no idea what its worth.

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-Badger-







Posted on Nov 9, 2011, 11:36 PM

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  1. I assume you don't need help ID-ing the tap... (dryly). Webwolf, Nov 10, 2011
  2. That's a face mill. Irregular Logic, Nov 10, 2011
    1. No, it's a *face* mill!. , Nov 10, 2011
      1. Thanks Doc.. Ironbadger, Nov 10, 2011
        1. I'd like more info on the face mill. I'm definitely interested.. Someone, Nov 10, 2011
          1. Not much to say.... , Nov 10, 2011
          2. Well..... Ironbadger, Nov 10, 2011
  3. new that tap was worthquite a chunk of money .... B, Nov 10, 2011
    1. That much?. Ironbadger, Nov 10, 2011
      1. that size range is not uncommont to me..... B, Nov 10, 2011

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