Identify the Mystery Object.

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I think we should try to avoid it, if possible - as a "safety valve", so we would not end up, for example, with series of images of applied physics lab equipment :wink:

But, if no new entries will appear until tomorrow noon CET, I will post something to keep the thread alive.
 

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As said:

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Is it just me or is this 'contest' just getting plain silly - Posting an extreme close up of
anything would make it near impossible to I.D. - I don't know what the answer is but
it seems to me the fun was aimed at naming '...the mystery object' not some miniscule part of a
larger often obscure item -
 

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Is it just me or is this 'contest' just getting plain silly - Posting an extreme close up of
anything would make it near impossible to I.D. - I don't know what the answer is but
it seems to me the fun was aimed at naming '...the mystery object' not some miniscule part of a
larger often obscure item -
I can only agree - macro should be banned from this thread. (Maybe cause I don't have one 😎 ).

However, the one before (the green one) was practically shown completely, but did not ring the bell anyway.

After disclosure of the last one approx. 3 1/2 days passed, and no new entries were posted. But if would like to post your image, I'll be happy to withdraw this one right now.

Until then:
This also is not shot with macro lens. A little bit wider, and the mystery is gone. (Generally I try to keep the mystery no longer than 2-3 days - so even if there would be no questions or proposals, I will gradually post clues or wider images, as usually).

It’s a turned object, likely of beech
Yes. It's probably a beech, and it's turned.
It's made of two parts, and you can see both of them.

Assuming this is a tool. Clamp?
It may be called a tool - you use it on specific items. But not a clamp.
Edit: Not a clamp, but works on the same principia.
 

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Yep 🙂
Not that difficult, isn't it?

Board is yours.


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OK, here we go.
This is the whole object (photographed with the O75, which has a minimum focus distance of nearly 1m –– so, not macro). If you own its like, you will know what it is. If not, It may be a head scratcher.

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