Perhaps it is a nonfunctioning toy mimeograph for little girls with small-time aspirations or a clever handyman's workbench manifestation of Edward Gorey's Curious Sofa.
MoSetsFire I will kindly ask you to adhere to the agenda outlined in the thread title. We will get to sandwiches once our first action item is complete.
I don't know what I would call that, but sandwich wouldn't be it.
It's the most primitive version of this?
EDIT: This was the only picture I could find that didn't have a naked woman getting fucked by a dildo, btw.
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Do you know the answer Hannah? Or are we all conjecturing because you, too, are unaware as to its purpose.
Guiding piece in middle keeps clothes aligned. Vintage clothes wringer. That's my guess.
I will guess.....maybe a stamp of some sort?
There aren't any cylinders. I'm dumb.
HannahRain, I would presume to suggest that it is a torture device used to mash small animals that wouldn't provide the catholic church with the necessary confessions. They would be mashed through the rolling pin and turned into a pious pancake.
i'll say it has something to do with dough.
Where in the first picture is the metal thing that sticks up between the wood things that is clearly visible in the second picture? It looks like the wood things move up and down or that metal thing moves up and down.
How big is this thing? Does it fit in my palm?
^^I was wanting to ask this. All three questions. Though it seems to be made to fit on a tabletop, or workbench.
My first impression is that it has to do with printing, but I don't think that's it.
Basic understanding of sprockethole technology tells us that the metal thing acts as a feed for the roller. Ask anybody.
That is a very nice .gif, Starraven, but we're working within a very specific chronology here. There will be sandwiches in due time.
Inches. It didn't occur to me that it could look bigger than that because of the relative size of the screws.
I've seen some pretty big screws.
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Does it have to do with printing or making sandwiches?