tools & equipment: manufacturing process; textile tool

Base for stand of a batik stove made from aluminium sheeting. The base consists of 4 legs attached to 2 frames. Each frame has a circular opening at the centre. The bottom frame holds the fuel container securely. The top frame has 4 holders attached for sliding bolts made from nails. This part of the textile tool is used for holding the fuel melting the resist wax.

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