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Old 01-09-2013, 03:48 PM   #16
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As I posted on the other thread, this is some sort of a hydraulic welding fixture to hold multiple components for welding. You can see lots of hydraulically actuated clamps. In the foreground, I can see one or two robotic welding arms. Might be some other process, but my guess is welding... either arc, TIG, or spot.
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Alignment jig for injection of Muffer Bearing.
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Alignment jig for injection of Muffer Bearing.
I thought it was for filling the headlight fluid.
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I thought it was for filling the headlight fluid.
You are both wrong. It's for Fetzer Valve seating.

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You are both wrong. It's for Fetzer Valve seating.

(when in doubt, quote Fletch)
"Ahhhhhhhhhh, come on guys, it's all Ball Bearings nowadays"
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My guess is this is either part of the Al HF Rail equipment or part of the new Carbon Fiber molding equipment.

....or its the inside of the new vending machine in the BG lunchroom.
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My guess is this is either part of the Al HF Rail equipment or part of the new Carbon Fiber molding equipment.

....or its the inside of the new vending machine in the BG lunchroom.
I was thinking along the same lines. This is the new cappuccino machine in the BG breakroom. So when the C7 is not selling the workers can hang out and watch re-runs of family guy sipping on the best brewed coffee waiting on the next order.
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Exactly.
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i'm going to say its the seat back adjustment lever installer

Or an automated oragami folder
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DOH! It's just upside down! That's the mold for the rear fasicia.
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What the hell is that?? Oh, I know what that is...

I find it most amusing that it's almost impossible to differentiate between the serious speculations and preposterous jokes on this thread...
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DOH! It's just upside down! That's the mold for the rear fasicia.
upside down and backwards so its really the mold for the front end....
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Honestly it looks to be some kind of press, for stamping something out of some kind of material that is found on the planet earth. I am almost sure that its from this planet....
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I find it most amusing that it's almost impossible to differentiate between the serious speculations and preposterous jokes on this thread...
who's joking?
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