A shearing head for an experimental Automated Wool Harvesting System

Made by Australian Merino Wool Harvesting Ltd in Australia, Oceania, 1992.

A shearing head for an Automated Wool Harvesting System. The shearing head consists of a cylindrical metal base that is attached to a metal elbow like joint that holds the shearing comb.

Summary

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A shearing head for an Automated Wool Harvesting System. The shearing head consists of a cylindrical metal base that is attached to a metal elbow like joint that holds the shearing comb.

Dimensions

200 mm
180 mm
95 mm

Production

The shearing head is part of an Automated Wool Harvesting System made by Australian Merino Wool Harvesting Ltd in Australia in 1992.
Australian Merino Wool Harvesting Ltd 1992

Source

Gift of Merino Wool Harvesting Pty Ltd, 1993
12 February, 1993

Cite this Object

A shearing head for an experimental Automated Wool Harvesting System 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 June 2017, <https://ma.as/132813>
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