All "gears" spin independently of each other. Stumped my pops, hasn't happened in my lifetime. Thanks!

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  • Does the swivel near the handle swing or is it locked? – isherwood Jun 11 at 18:23
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    Where did you find it? Was it with a genre of tools like woodworking, plumbing, electrical, etc...? – MonkeyZeus Jun 11 at 19:00
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    that is used for perforating the surface of something ... possibly wallpaper so that it can be soaked before removal ... maybe for dimpling wood surface so that glue holds better – jsotola Jun 11 at 19:28
  • @jsotola The teeth are not sharpe like perforator teeth – Kris Jun 11 at 19:46
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    perhaps a texturing tool? leather, soft wood, etc..? – P2000 Jun 11 at 19:57

From a German website: Russka

Dermapuncture anti-pain roller This massage method can promote blood circulation, relax muscles and thus relieve pain. The uniaxial Dermapuncture anti-pain roller 100 has 560 silver-plated needle tips and is used for smaller parts of the body and joints, such as: B. forehead, temples, neck, shoulders, hand, joints and for foot reflexology massage.

The two-axis Dermapuncture anti-pain roller 200 has 1360 silver-plated needle tips and is used in full-body massage.

Article no.executionPZN73030 100Anti pain roller 1000272151973030 200Anti pain roller 20003885097

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    wow, and how did you figure it out? – P2000 Jun 12 at 1:58
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    Reverse image search with Google Lens. – Gunner Jun 12 at 2:56
  • Aha! Yes I know you can find "similar images" but didn't know how to do it with your own upload, or in this case, the camera/app. Thanks for the tip. – P2000 Jun 12 at 3:10
  • being that we know now this tool is nothing to do with diy, is there a better stack this can be moved to? – Billy C. Jun 13 at 2:52

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