Here is the eighth post in the series. As usual, I will try to answer quest ions about their composition, size and how they can move. Pictures are prov ide via dropbox. L. Flynn
POST08_TOOL30 This is a multi-use metal tool. It is approximately 9 inches long. It has t wo prongs on the jaws, one a little longer than the other and curved toward it. the other side of one of the jaws is a flat round face.The handles are designed to fit together with a tapered edge on one moving past a flat pla ce on the other at one point, a semicircle on one closing against the other at another point, and a projection on one moving into a circular depressio n on the other at a third point.
POST08_TOOL31 This metal tool is approximately 6 inches long. It has a serrated metal whe el at the end that spin fairly freely. It can be turned by using a turn-key like handle. There is an S-shaped component that can act as a cover for ha lf of the wheel or to force something against it. One end of the S-shaped p iece has a circular tab the fits nicely where ones thumb is place opposite ones index finger when holding the handle to apply pressure.
POST08_TOOL32 This is a metal and plastic tool approximately 8 inches long with no moving parts. The plastic part is hard. The business end is tapered to a rounded edge.