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Identify This Rivet? Machine Saved From The Scrap-yard

CoolOldEngines

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Hey Folks,

I have looked for hours to find images that would Identify this with no promising results. It also has pieces missing that look to be an auto feed of some kind and looks to have been converted to electric motor once upon a time.

I didn't try to mix a drink with it yet but I'm sure it will wring out a mop one strand at a time.

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Monsonmotors

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02/22/2020
PM me if you’d like to sell.
Looks like a riveter to me, too.
However, there sure is a lot more going on with this one! 99% of the old brake and clutch riveters I see use foot pressure and mechanical leverage, only?
Why power the thing if foot pressure is enough?
 

Ret AF

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PM me if you’d like to sell.
Looks like a riveter to me, too.
However, there sure is a lot more going on with this one! 99% of the old brake and clutch riveters I see use foot pressure and mechanical leverage, only?
Why power the thing if foot pressure is enough?
Looks like it could be a dimpler for flush rivets.
 
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