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AMERICAN-MACHINIST-1922-January-5-and January 12 Vol 56 No 2 page 15 Onward
48        AMERICAN MACHINIST        June 10, 1897.
BROWN & SHARPE MFG.CO.
Machinery and Tools,
PROVIDENCE, R. L        taths.
y        Nearby was a Milling Machine at work rough-t ing out Milling Machine Vices, removing
about ,'s
of an inch of stc ck from both edge , and the top of4_ i  the rough casting (which was about 6
irchcswide).
at one cut, with a feed of 4 inches per min-ute, or about $ of an inch per revolution of
Cutters, the largest of which were two side mills, necessarily about 9 inches in diem-
eter.,,
The total width of out is 10 inches, and   the machine referred to is a No. 5 Plai
Milling Machine.
AGENTS.
Be,k & Hickman, 280 Whiteeltgpel Road, London, E.Chea,Ch—hill & Co , Ltd. otndon and
Birmingham, Eng,
Gustav niechmann & So n, Zimment—a 87, Beth.;
Fe        k Freres & C 21 S u@ Martel, Parie.°deli. -        H I n r, Copeoh g X , Upnmark.
J. Bock Co., Si. Pet eh g p Moscow, Russia.U Baird M-hy. Co 123m4 no 125 Water St., Pittsburgh,
R. Hoff ld k Co., 6 C rrei ¢p„ Buffalo, N. Y.
E.Manning,A.Kinney eo. &Moor ~t4111 I ., Cincinnati,t.,        City.



BUILT BY
Fif ield Tool Co.
LOWELL, MASS.
PHOTOS, DESCRIPTION AND PRICE
SENT ON APPLICATION.
ttitn
WEBSIER & BENNETT, Coventry, Sole Agents
for Great Britain,
WARNER & SWA Y,CLEVELAND, OHIO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Turret Engine lathes
Iron and Brass Working Machinery
Foreign Agents:
CHAS. CHURCHILL & Co., Lon,.- •a and Birmingham.
SCHUCHARDT & SCHLTTE. Berlin. Vienna        Brussels.;
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.        AnOLPHE JANSSE.8, Paris.
PERFORATED METALS FOR ALL PURPOSES.
227 North Union Street, CHICAGO, ILL.
284 Pearl Street, New York, N. Y.
-,..... ....A Vaczi, gorut 26, Budapest, Hungary,        LiatN.
Stuart's ^ patent ^ compression • Wedge • Couplings


REQUIRING NO KEYS.
Have successfully stood the test for 9 years and are still being shipped on trial, or money
returned if you wr?, t it. All sizes
kept in stock.
R. J. STUART'S FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS,
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"There is but one suggestion we might make—and our desire to criticise would im- pel us to
make more— if we could find any thing to make eriti cisms about, and that
is instead of callin this most neat, corn-plete and comprehen- sive catalogue, `A Book of
Tools,' it should have been called The Book of Tools, for it has no equal."


F. E. REED & Co., Worcester, Mass.
"A Book of Tools" is our catalogue. It contains 550 pages, upwards of 2,000 illustrations, and
will be sent post paid to any address upon receipt of 25 cents in stamps.
CHAS. A, STR€LINGER & CO.
DETROIT, MICH.
Grinding and
Polishing
Machinery
AND
Pull Countershafts
MADE BY
Builders' Iron Foundry,
Providence, R. I.
FOR BALE BY THE TRADE GENERALLY,
AND BY
CHAS. CHURCHILL & CO., Limited,
London, England.
   Catalogue on Application.


PROFIT MAKING
Is elusive. After it seems useless to buy more expensive machinery I can sometimes suggest
a way which your competitor cannot follow, then profits
can be restored. I solicit correspon-
dence from manufacturers of mechanical goods with this idea in view. Have booklet— write.
GEO. L. ROBY. Inventor,Ashley, Ind.
AURORA TOOL WORKS
m AURORA, IND.GAS PLANTS
GAS BLAST FURNACES AND HIGH PRESSURE BLOWERS
For the economical generation and systematic application
of HEAT.
Catalogues on Application. -____'
AMERICAN GAS FURNACE CO.,
23 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
English Agency, CHAS. CHURCHILL & CO., Ltd., London & Birmingham, Eng. THE


STANDARD Of.  Mushe        EXCELLENCE.
B. M.Jones&Co.
SPECIAL AND TITANIC STEELS.        BOSTON and NEW YORK.
SCREW-CUTTING DIE HEADS
SELF-OPENING AND ADJUSTABLE.
The only mechanically correct automatic die head on the market.
All leverage entirely
overcome. Makes a full and perfect thread in one cut, and besides
it can be accurately adjusted. Saves Soper cent, in time and wear over solid dies.
Made for cutting from No. x7 wire gauge to 6 in. diameter, and arranged for any style of thread.
Adopted by all principal manufacturers of bicycles and bicycle fittings throughout the country,
WHY?
Write us for particulars and prices.
GEOMETRIC DRILL CO., Westville, Conn.
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MACHINERY FOR REDUCING AND POINTING WIRE.
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO POINTING WIRE RODS
AND WIRE FOR DRAWING.
For Machines or Information address the Manufacturer,
S.W. GOODYEAR, Waterbury, Conn.
Pipe Cutting and Threading Machinery
FOR HAND OR POWER.
RATCHET DRILLS, RATCHET DIE STOCKS
AND
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Radial-drill-Noble-and_Westbrook-Mfg-Co-steel-stamping-marking-machine
1860s (65-year.old in 1922) Lathe in Service in One of the Large
Manufacturing Plants in This Country.

NOTICE, for example, the accompanying illustration
which was reproduced from a photograph taken in a
well-known plant. The lathe shown is fully 65 years old, (1860s)
and, while it still runs, it simply can't produce work in as
large quantities or as economically as a modern lathe-and
yet that lathe is taking up as much floor space as a modern
tool, requires the same calibre of operator as a modern ma-
chine, and costs more to operate, because of the necessity of
frequent repairs!

When this photograph was taken the lathe was taking a cut 1/16 in.
deep, 1/64 in. feed, at 3S f t. cutting speed.
In comparison an "American" lathe of the same size would
easily handle the identical work with a ~ in. depth of cut, ~ in. feed, at
65 ft. cutting
speed, which means that a new "American" lad~ ~ht~melows
~Oper~ting cost woulld Pro-

If a similar condition exists in your shop,"an` do  you continue to
operate under that handicap,
how in the world are you going to compete with the other fellow who
appreciates the principles  of  efficiency  and  economy,  and  is
equipping  his  plant  to  produce  at  the  rock , bottom  cost?

It can't be  done.    The  day  has  passed when slipshod  methods  
and  antiquated  equipment   can exist  in a  manufacturing
plant without  ruinous  results.   
The  hour  is here For  every  manufacturer  to  clear
his decks For  action if  he is to  be a contenderzn'   the coming  
struggle, and there is no time to lose, For others have already
started. .,
"LET's  Go"    A  SLANG  EXPRESSION-YES-BUT FULL OF MEANING.
1860s (65-year.old in 1922) Lathe in Service in One of the Largest
Manufacturing Plants in This Country.
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