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Cleanup tool--for ceramics--why is it in the watch bench


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This looks similar to ceramic instruments used in a dental laboratory. But it is for pre-fired ceramics. That means fine ceramic powder suspended in water, in a thick paste like consistency. It is used to apply, shape and sculpt the paste.

Any chance that your father did any dial enameling work? Look for a glazing oven.

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2 hours ago, HectorLooi said:

This looks similar to ceramic instruments used in a dental laboratory. But it is for pre-fired ceramics. That means fine ceramic powder suspended in water, in a thick paste like consistency. It is used to apply, shape and sculpt the paste.

Any chance that your father did any dial enameling work? Look for a glazing oven.

Nope.  He never did that.  It is a mystery. 

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