dials

  • velver1  Velver Vernier, the American Rolls Royce WW2 drive
  • IMG 0011  Velver Vernier, Rear
  • dial2a  Vintage Dial - the centre is actually dull chrome.
  • eddyknob  Eddystone 595 Dial
  • Diala2xx  Eddystone 898 Dial
  • Diala2x  Eddystone 898 Dial - rear view
  • dial1a  Ormond Reduction Drive & Dial
  • dial2 1  Rear View of Ormond Drive
  • capdial  Vintage Dial and Drive
  • dial  Vinatge Dial
  • knob1  Typical WW2 Knob, used on equipment well into the 1960s.
  • knob1a  Vintage Dial, it was common to use a 0 - 100 calibration over 180 degrees.
  • dial1  Ten Turn Dial, common on electronic equipment from the 1960s on.
  • dial01  1960s Reduction Drive & Dial - still valued today for homebrew projects.
  • dial2xa  Turners Counter
  • dial2xx  Amphenol Ten Turn Counter
  • dial2  This Muirhead dial was widely used on radio  equipent during WW2 and into the 1960s.
  • dialnov11  Another classic World War 2 epicyclic drive.
  • dial1xx  Nevad dial and drive for use ona roller coster (see components for examples of roller coasters).
  • dial123  Burndept Drive and Dial
  • dial1ab  Vintage Dial and Drive, 1920s
  • dial1abc  Dial and Drive, from a WW2 wavemeter, reduction is 200:1
  • dial3azab  Dial and Drive for homebrew projects, 1960s.