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post #1 of 8 Old 02-24-2019, 08:11 PM Thread Starter
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Have always been fascinated by these, particularly the antique brass models, this is pretty basic:

Steve Neul, hawkeye10 and Kerrys like this.

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That is nice Frank, so what is it and how does it work?

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Thanks, Frank. That is way over my head. It sure is neat.

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For some reason, I thought a rose engine used a gyrating chuck sort of like the machines that turn ovals but more complicated. Seems a bit more like a spirograph hooked up to a piece of wood under a router.
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That’s a really interesting machine. It could add a whole new element to my peppermills. I didn’t see a price on the website. I can only imagine...
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In a word: Jean-Jacques Holtzapffel.

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