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  • Stuart Abrazor?

    Bought a bunch of tools & motors today & one is marked Stuart Abrazor. It's powered by a GE motor & is all taken apart & I only got 2 parts on this trip. Anyone ever here of this. I was hoping it would ring a bell with someone as I have no clue what it is or does. If no one knows I will take pics when it's all home. Before someone asks why did you buy it if you don't know what it is? Because it was $20 has 2 motors, cool tooling & covered in 30rpm gearmotors for $3/ea. Thanks in advance! Eric

  • #2
    Haven't a clue Eric to help you out, but that sounds like a heck of a good deal!!

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    • #3
      http://www.google.com.au/#hl=en&gs_n...w=1280&bih=523

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      • #4
        I followed tiffie's link and found a 1945 popular science issue mentioning it.

        http://books.google.com.au/books?id=...VdJLOkaY&hl=en

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        • #5
          Thanks Oldtiffie, 7,000-36,000 RPM was moving in 1945!

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