I have no idea what is this
Nothing to show scale, nothing to show normal orientation, not a very elucidating viewing angle.
My first thought was a piece of surveying equipment.
A motor of some sort. I see field laminations, a commutator and brushes. I see what is most likely a fan on the right side. Looks like maybe the guts for a handheld electric mixer.
here is another picture
Electric mixer. Obvious now.
That worm gear will drive two gears sitting in those encasements in opposite directions, surely attached to shafts. So, two shafts, just a few inches apart driving in opposite directions.
I say it's the motor for an ancient clothing wringer. Otherwise known as a child-hand-and-arm-flattener.
They will spin too fast for any clothing wringer I have been around.
Valid point. I don't see any gearbox that would reduce revs, but I won't rule it out.
Mixer is good too.
mixer may be but I think it may be part of tv
can it be so?
No way. There are no heavy-duty, mechanical, moving components in a TV of any decade.
That is most definitely a heavy-duty motor driving two shafts in opposite directions in close proximity.
and in what can I use it
Well, in an industrial mixer. I think Average is correct.
If you wish to re-use it, you could take the head off, and you'd have a powerful electric motor for something. Don't know what the revs are.
ok thanks very much
A bit off topic but the old wringer washers had a shaft that run up through the pedestal that the wringer part mounted on. There was only one motor and it was underneath. Just gearing to get the power up to the wringer rollers.
Just curious, why would you have thought surveying equipment? What made your mind go there?
I love making new from old stuff that's all
Pretty sure this was directed at me.
I didn't get a good look at the motor part until you pointed it out in the follow-up pix. My first look saw two circles about the size - and separation - of eyes, on a tall, tripod-like stock.
I like the mixer idea. The spinning plastic part could (with gearing) spin a bowl. The fins could engage for different gear ratios.
Clearly it should be Aboveaveragesupernova.
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