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    I've seen people use crushers like these as part of processing clay for porcelain pottery.

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    I think somebody told him to go pound sand.

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    I vote with Elizabeth, has something to do with ceramics...

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    eye wood think there would be a better setup to do this..although we probably are not seeing all the proses of what ever is being done.it may just be a washing machine or for dying clothes what ever color dirt/media you out in there.

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    I believe the device is called a "monjolo" and this could be a clay processing plant.

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    The name is correct! In some regions of the world it is called "monjolo" or "pil„o" (pestle). It is used to grind grains (corn, peanuts, coffee, etc.), and can be activated by electrical energy or by the force of water.
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    I would think a watter wheel pounding multiple times for faster production would be the way to go....especially as hungry as I am.

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    We don't need no stinkin' prisoners.
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    drats foiled again.

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    This is a "stamp mill" for crushing ore. We used ones like this 100 years ago!

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