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Old 10-30-2019, 03:44 PM   #1
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I'm a new i/e trainee at a plant and ran across this tool that I'm unsure what it is? Looks like some kind of shaft alignment tool but not sure what application would be for us? Not see any brand make or model on it. Any help would be appreciated

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Old 10-30-2019, 04:29 PM   #2
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How are you able to sell a tool from the plant you work at?
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Old 10-30-2019, 04:45 PM   #3
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I didn't get it at the plant

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I'm a new i/e trainee at a plant and ran across this tool
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I didn't get it at the plant

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Then why bring up that you work at a plant in the same sentence as "I came across this", lol
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Then why bring up that you work at a plant in the same sentence as "I came across this", lol
Ok I can see the confusion I will edit

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I'm a new i/e trainee at a plant and ran across this tool that I'm unsure what it is? Looks like some kind of shaft alignment tool but not sure what application would be for us? Not see any brand make or model on it. Any help would be appreciated

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I am a i/e trainee at a plant. I in general like to tinker,fix and build things. While doing that I always like to look out for a good deal. I noticed a ad on craigslist which looked like someone selling some i/e equipment which I recognized from my job at the plant. Valves,actuators,communicators etc. He had 4 of these and I was wondering if I could use them in anyway

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You mean commutators?
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Old 10-30-2019, 08:46 PM   #8
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No field communicators.

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I'll buy those stolen jigs off you, and pay you on Tuesday
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Haven't " stolen"them yet. Don't even know what they are. Well I see this place is real helpful.

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Haven't " stolen"them yet. Don't even know what they are. Well I see this place is real helpful.
IS it from a place that has x-ray equipment?
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No it looks like all the stuff came from a powerplant that shutdown

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Haven't " stolen"them yet. Don't even know what they are. Well I see this place is real helpful.

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Haven't " stolen"them yet. Don't even know what they are. Well I see this place is real helpful.
Oh darn, I am sorry that we weren't more helpful fencing your stolen goods.
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Oh darn, I am sorry that we weren't more helpful fencing your stolen goods.
fencing them is easy, just identifying them

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fencing them is easy, just identifying them

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You said they have them where you work.
Why don't you ask them there what they are for ?
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You said they have them where you work.
Why don't you ask them there what they are for ?
No I never that said and I asked all the older guys and they are puzzled. Best guess is they think it's some kind of coil winder missing pieces like this

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I noticed a ad on craigslist which looked like someone selling some i/e equipment which I recognized from my job at the plant.
I must be seeing things. Hang on, I'll ditch to coffee and grab the whiskey
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I must be seeing things. Hang on, I'll ditch to coffee and grab the whiskey
Mix em!

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emtnut doesn't know anything about robbery. Of course you don't ask the people you stole from about the item that you stole.
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