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Found this in a box of tools and I have no idea what is called and its purpose, would someone let me know please.

There is a mark on it - T12399

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  • Looks like a press or adjuster of some sort. It may have been part of a larger machine and wouldn't have a common name. – isherwood Nov 19 '18 at 22:04
  • well, i can't figure if have been a part of something bigger as there is no any screw holes or anything on it to be fixed, it looks like a part designed that way – Tony0001 Nov 19 '18 at 23:57
  • It does look like a tool used to press one part into another, such as a bearing race into its collar/cylinder, though I'm sure it has many other uses. – BillDOe Nov 20 '18 at 0:04
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That is a fixture for repetitively cutting lengths of pipe or rod. The fixture is clamped to a workbench and the pipe is laid into the groove. The V-screw is then tightened to hold the rod. The end is then sawed off. The V-screw is loosened, the pipe/rod is advanced, then the process is repeated.

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It looks like it's made to hold a rod or pipe. Maybe for drilling or cutting. Maybe it attaches to a drill press or saw.

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