I don't have any fucking clue what this is. Backstory: Found it in my front yard. Maybe one of you has a theory what it is and has a theory how it got here.
I'm living close to the inner city (inb4 actual German city, not negro downtown) and that odd component was simply lying there, completely unmotivated. And no, it's not radioactive, I've checked. My best guess is some industrial washing machine part or so. The round part looks like some sieve for a high pressure application. The ring around it says "Insert" and "Lock".
Waiting patiently and happily for theories. Will post more pics. Thank you, /b/!
Detail of the plastic mounting.
>inb4 Yes, shitty camera, shitty lighting, shitty close-up, yes I'm an in-closet homosexual and so on.
And another one. I also thought about industrial dishwasher. But I fucking wonder why it was taking a stroll in my front yard, too.
Who the fuck dissembles an industrial-sized espresso machine and throws it into somebody's front yard?
appears to be part of an airplane, a small one too iirc, my pops used to build em and I've seen em before, I can't recall what it actually is tho. possibly hydraulics related.
It's a tinkington motivator off of a time machine used by time assassins. Delete this post before they find out you have evidence of their existance.
I've already said too much
Well, question is for how long and what is supposed to contain that charge. I will bravely risk my life.
I've tried it out and it's sitting happily next to my speakers and monitor now. No observable magnetic effect. What I see is residue of limestone, so that speaks for espresso/washing machine.
No distinguishable smell whatsoever, but *still* mildly moist or oiled.
My camera lacks the acuity for that. Says:
10(3)250~ (mju symbol) 40T125 5E4
On the other side, the manufacturer of the other white thingie says "Cherry".
The metal thing is called a doccia it is made so water passes but grinded coffee doesn't. a filter
the two white things are micro switches to probably check the position of the ratio motor
the two rubber things are made to put the pump in so it doesn't touch metal else it makes a lot of sound and isn't as affective
boiler and the white is calcium or something don't know the English word
tldr; its an old rusted worthless piece of an espresso machine
>tldr; its an old rusted worthless piece of an espresso machine
Well, that fits the pressure/heat profile. And I pried the sieve part open. Inside is something that could be described as rust and probably some coffee residue.
That explains what it is. Now how it got here... maybe some bum or scrap metal collector hoped for copper and then it got too heavy for him and he just dumped it into my front yard. My best explanation. But I like the idea of a nuked espresso machine. After reaching 1 gazillion Pascal, it blew up and parts of it landed here. Nice.