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Does anyone know what this type of cutter this is used on or who makes it? WaterJet? Laser?

Does anyone know what this type of cutter this is used on or who makes it? WaterJet? Laser?

Does anyone know what this type of cutter this is used on or who makes it? WaterJet? Laser?

(OP)
Good Afternoon,

I have what looks to be a cutter that I got in a box of things from an auction and I am not sure if it is for a waterjet or a laser cutter, does anyone have any ideas and who might make these. The only marking beside the label is a number 012. It is approximately 4" long and there are no markings under the label either. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!!

Mike




RE: Does anyone know what this type of cutter this is used on or who makes it? WaterJet? Laser?

not part of a laser possibly an atomizer for an epoxy type product

RE: Does anyone know what this type of cutter this is used on or who makes it? WaterJet? Laser?

(OP)
Thanks for the reply, I look into that a little more and see if there is anything that looks like that out there.

RE: Does anyone know what this type of cutter this is used on or who makes it? WaterJet? Laser?

My first thought is some sort of adhesive or liquid dispensing equipment as well. There is a lot of similarity to other parts meant for that purpose.





RE: Does anyone know what this type of cutter this is used on or who makes it? WaterJet? Laser?

It looks like a plumb bob that some one had fun with.
Is it solid or hollow inside?

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