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Old Machinery I just bought from the Breck auction in Knsas, Now I have to
get it home from the tri cities area in ILL.
THIS LATHE I BOUGHT THIS OCTOBER WAS PROBABLY BUILT IN THE 1840'S. THE WOOD BED WITH CAST IRON STRIPS LAID ON TOP AND THE CAIN DRIVE ,THE WEIGHTED SADDLE WITH AJUSTIBLE HEIGHT AND A WOOD SPOKED HANDWHEEL FOR SADLE TRAVEL ARE ALL INDICATORS OF THIS PEROID.
A METAL GEAR BACKGEAR INDICATES 1840S OR LATER.
IT IS POSSIBLE SOMEONE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE COULD HAVE BUILD THIS FROM OLD PATTERS AS LATE AS 1870.
IT CAME OUT OF A OLD FACTORY IN LANSING WHERE THE POWER WAS PROVIDED BY A LONG BELT THAT RAN OFF THE CENTER LINESHAFT OR MAIN TRUNK LINE POWERED SEVERAL MACHINES. IT CURRENTLY HAS A HOMEMADE CONVERSION TO RUN OFF A ELECTRIC MOTOR MAIN SHAFT. IT IS 9' LONG AND TAKES 6' LONG MATERIAL. IT STANDS 6' TALL AND HAS 12 SPEEDS.
THERE IS A CHAIN DOWN THE INSIDE, THE TOOL HOLDER IS ON THE CARRAGE, I HAVE A HOME MADE TOOL REST ON IT NOW. THE BED IS MADE OF LARGE WOOD TIMBERS WHIT HEAVY METAL C CHANNELS ATTACHED ON TOP
.I HAVE THE LOWER DRIVE THAT FEED THE CARAGE .
THERE IS A CHAIN RUNNING THE WHOLE LENGTH OF THE LATHE. THERE WAS A WHEEL ON THE FRONT OF THE LATHE THAT YOU WOULD TURN TO MOVE THE CARRAGE. THAT WAS A WOOD SPOKED STEEL WHEEL THAT WAS BROKEN BUT I STILL HAVE ALL THE PIECES AND PLAN TO REASSEMBLE IT.
Below description and cuts of a 1830s Lathe very simular to mine above from the book Change gear devices pub.1903
This lathe was probably built about 1830 Used as late as 1875.
and was the property of an 0ld Scotch mechanic named Rea, who had a shop about four I miles from Plattsburgh, N. Y.
The bed was composed of two oak timbers about 5 x 12 inches, bolted to wooden legs, as shown. On the inside of each timber a rabbit was cut, in which were fastened flat bars of wrought iron, set with the edges up, about 5 ~ x 3 inches, the upper edges being chipped and filed to answer for VS. The head stock was cast with
pockets of square form for the boxes, which were fitted by filing, and also had threaded studs of wrought iron cast in the head for holding down the caps over the boxes. The boxes were cast of some sort of composition resembling babbitt metal. The spindle was of wrought iron and carried a wooden cone of three steps built upon a cast iron flange keyed to the spindle.
The tail stock was very light and had on the rear end Pin gears and lantern pinions.
of its Spindle a (lownwarllv projecting part, slotted to receive the tail screw, which was provided with a crank forged upon it. Both head stock and tail stock were held
in place 1iv a single b olt each, passing down through wooden binders (not shown in the cut) The carriage was fitted to the same Vs as the head and tail stocks and had no more pretense to an apron than a bracket carrying a cast—tooth pinion meshing in a cast— tooth rack screwed to the front of the bed. The carriage was held down by a cast—iron weight as in all the old style of “weighted carriage” lathes.
A power feed was provided for by the use of a chain passing over two grooved wheels in which were pins for engaging the links of an ordinary “log chain.” This was
operate(l by a worm wheel with cast and chip)ed out teeth C and a worm of only two or three turns of the thread. This was driven by grooved cone pulleys carrying a half inch S round hand—made leather belt. To stop an(l start this feed the end near the cone pulley was journahled in a pivoted box, an(l the other end stll)porte(l in a vertically sliding box o1)crate(l b~ a wooden lever which was conveniently hooked under a spike driven into the front of the bed. This feed mechanism was said
to have 1)een a coml)aratively recent addition to the lathe. When the writer saw this lathe along in the hegtn— ning of the civil war it had an arrangement of change
gears with cast teeth somewhat like the more simple lathes of tO-(laV so far as its action was concerned hut hanging on the wall in the 01(1 shop and carefully treas-
ured as relics of bygone (lays were the old pin gears and “lantern pilliOnS” shown in the enoravings. It was noticeable that one of these ‘‘lantern pinions’’ (the lowet
one in the engraving) was much longer than the other. This was probably to accomlnodate different sizes of “pin gears” on the lead screw so as to cut varying pitches of threads. This lathe was in practical use in 1875,
.. its old time Scotch owner quaintly remarked, it was “able for many a guid turn yet."
|ANTIQUE EARLY CHISEL MORTISER FOOT POWERED CHESTNUT|
|This is a nice original chisel mortiser in great shape all parts in tact even the hand forged wrenches. This is made out of chestnut. There are some beetle boring action at the base of the mortiser it would have to be wedged to be level if it were to be used as a mortiser. It is in working order. Hand forged steel components included the coil that is pushed by the pedal at the base. The mortiser stands about 47 1/4" high. The bed is 47 1/2" long. There is about 11.5" of up and down travel. The chuck tapers from 5/8" to 3/8". The chuck has in and out travel out to 3 1/4". You operate it by using your foot and pressing on the pedal it causes the chuck to move up & down. It has a name plate on the front of the piece that I can not make out, I did take a picture of it, it looks like an R i r h l i B r o, s from Perkiomenville, between Allentown & Philadelphia.|
Above 1870-1880 prentice or pond lathe with saddle weight, with a Garvin resale brass tag covering part of name from when it was taken in as trade in a looooong time ago,
This is a ca. 1880's Niles Vertical slotter, it's mine,
but it's still in Missouri. I need help to get it home.
above the sloan and chase gear cutting machines and catalog ad from 1887,1893 and 1908.
I'm currently restoring the above Lodge and Davis 24 inch lathe ca. 1887-1893. It was given to me free to haul off ($90.00 for the tilt bed tow truck) after sitting outside for 8 years. I've finished the tail stock and am freeing up the stuck 3 inch diameter babbit headstock bearings.
Winton gear cutting machine as in the 1895 strellinger catalog and an ca.1910 Winton autom Vatic gear cutting machine
Boyton and Plumber crank ( crankshaft) driven shaper i am scraping and restoring
Ca. 1895 Walcot shaper
Ca. 1910 #1 and #2 Adams gear hob (Hobbing hobber machine
24" and 72" Gleason bevelm gear shaper
(G & E) Gould & Eberhardt gear hobbing also gear an automatic gear cutting machine
Brown and Sharp 1880's hor mill
ACME 4 spindle Automatic Screw Machine I have last Patent 1917
I somehow ended up with 2 of these from the Western Machine Tool Works
#6 36" Pat. 1912 Fellows Gear Shaper , I also have a 1908 Fellows Gear Shaper also.
My Wells cutter grinder (I need an original headstock and centers)
Some great old Machine tool makers are;
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Co. of Providence, R.I. manufacturer of Fine Machinery, Tools of Precision; The Gordon & Maxwell Co. of Hamilton, Ohio manufacturer of Steam Driven Pumps and Water Works Machinery; The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co. of Stamford, Conn. manufacturer of Steam Driven Self-Propelled or Locomotive Cranes; Lodge, Davis & Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Shapers & Drills; Gould & Eberhardt of Newark, New Jersey manufacturer of Shapers, Gear Cutters and other Special Machinery; E.E. Garvin & Co. of New York, NY. manufacturer of Machinists' Tools, Including Milling Machines, Hand Lathes, Drill Presses, ect.; The Pratt & Whitney Co. of Hartford Connecticut manufacturer of Precision Machinist Tools and Special Machinery; The Billings & Spencer Co. of Hartford, CT. manufacturer of Lathe Dogs & other Drop Forgings; Warner & Swasey Machine Tools of Cleveland, Ohio manufacturer of Engine, Spinning Lathes and other Special Machinery; Pond Machine Tool Co.(Successors to David W. Pond) of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Radial Drills, Planers, ect.; Geo. W. Fifield of Lowell, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes; Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn.; Geo. B. Grant of Boston, Mass. maker of Gear Wheels and Gear Cutting; W.P. Davis of Bloomfield, NY. manufacturer of Key Seating Machines & Drills; The G. A. Gray Co. of Cincinnati, O. manufacturer of 17" & 20" Lathes; Pratt & Letchworth Proprietors of Buffalo Steel Foundry of Buffalo, N.Y. offering Steel Castings; Stiles & Parker Press Co. of Middletown, Conn. manufacturer of Punching Presses, Dies, Drop Hammers, Drop Forgings and other Tools for the Manufacture of all kinds of Sheet Metal Goods; J.M. Carpenter of Pawtucket, R.I. manufacturer of Taps & Dies; WM Sellers & Co., Inc. of Philadelphia, PA. manufacturer of High Speed Power Traveling Cranes; The Long & Allstatter Co. of Hamilton, Ohio manufacturer of Double, Single, Angle-bar, Gang, Horizontal, Twin, Boiler, Spacing, Gate, Multiple, Belt and Steam-Driven Punches & Shears also Power Cushioned Hammers; Russell & Co. of Massillon, Ohio builders of Automatic Engines, Boiler .
My most recent purchases. 1880's Niles Vertical. Slotter and Winton gear cutting machine, the Niles is still in Missouri I need to get it's 8000 lbs home somehow. Also shown is a catalog pic. of an 1887-1893 24" Lodge and Davis lathe I am restoring (a basket case that was outside for 8 years, bottom row a 1870's Garvin hor. mill and Garvin 1870's 18"lathe
See top above for the links to all pictures and descriptions of machine tools
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Co.of
Providence, R.I. manufacturer of Fine Machinery, Tools of Precision; The Gordon
& Maxwell Co. of Hamilton, Ohio manufacturer of Steam Driven Pumps and Water
Works Machinery; The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co. of Stamford, Conn. manufacturer of
Steam Driven Self-Propelled or Locomotive Cranes; Lodge, Davis & Co. of
Cincinnati, Ohio manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Shapers & Drills; Gould &
Eberhardt of Newark, New Jersey manufacturer of Shapers, Gear Cutters and other
Special Machinery; E.E. Garvin & Co. of New York, NY. manufacturer of
Machinists' Tools, Including Milling Machines, Hand Lathes, Drill Presses, ect.;
The Pratt & Whitney Co. of Hartford Connecticut manufacturer of Precision
Machinist Tools and Special Machinery; The Billings & Spencer Co. of Hartford,
CT. manufacturer of Lathe Dogs & other Drop Forgings; Warner & Swasey Machine
Tools of Cleveland, Ohio manufacturer of Engine, Spinning Lathes and other
Special Machinery; Pond Machine Tool Co.(Successors to David W. Pond) of
Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Radial Drills, Planers, ect.;
Geo. W. Fifield of Lowell, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes; Hartford Steam
Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn.; Geo. B. Grant of Boston,
Mass. maker of Gear Wheels and Gear Cutting; W.P. Davis of Bloomfield, NY.
manufacturer of Key Seating Machines & Drills; The G. A. Gray Co. of Cincinnati,
O. manufacturer of 17" & 20" Lathes; Pratt & Letchworth Proprietors of Buffalo
Steel Foundry of Buffalo, N.Y. offering Steel Castings; Stiles & Parker Press
Co. of Middletown, Conn. manufacturer of Punching Presses, Dies, Drop Hammers,
Drop Forgings and other Tools for the Manufacture of all kinds of Sheet Metal
Goods; J.M. Carpenter of Pawtucket, R.I. manufacturer of Taps & Dies; WM Sellers
& Co., Inc. of Philadelphia, PA. manufacturer of High Speed Power Traveling
Cranes; The Long & Allstatter Co. of Hamilton, Ohio manufacturer of Double,
Single, Angle-bar, Gang, Horizontal, Twin, Boiler, Spacing, Gate, Multiple, Belt
and Steam-Driven Punches & Shears also Power Cushioned Hammers; Russell & Co. of
Massillon, Ohio builders of Automatic Engines, Boilers, ect.(Complete Power
Plants Furnished); J.E. Lonergan & Co. of Philadelphia, PA. manufacturer of
Patent Oilers; R.A. Beldon Co. of Danbury, Conn. manufacturer of Power Hammers;
Castle Engine Works of Indianapolis, Ind. manufacturer of The Castle Steam
Engine; The Muller Machine Tool Co. of Cincinnati, O. manufacturer of 17" Engine
Lathes; H. Bickford of Lake Village, N.H. manufacturer of Boring & Turning
Mills; L.S. Starrett of Athol, Mass. manufacturer of Fine Machinist Tools;
Osgood Dredge Co. of Albany, New York manufacturer of Dredges, Excavators,
Ditching Machines, Derricks, ect.; The Newark Machine Tool Works of Newark, N.J.
manufacturer of Planners, Lathes, Slotters, Boring Machines, Presses, ect.;
Bement, Miles & Co. of Philadelphia, PA. builders of Metal-Working Machine Tools
for Railroad Shops, Locomotive & Car Builders, Machine Shops, Rolling Mills,
Steam Forges, Ship Yards, Boiler Shops, Bridge Works, ect.; Detrick & Harvey
Manufacturers of Baltimore, Md. manufacturer of Corliss Engines; Chester Steel
Castings Co. of Chester, PA.; The Phosphor Bronze Smelting Co., Limited of
Philadelphia, Pa. Original Manufacturers of Phosphor Bronze & Owners of the U.S.
Patent; Tallman & McFadden of Philadelphia, Pa. manufacturer of Milling
Machines, Planners, Drills, ect.; The John T. Noye Mfg. Co. of Buffalo, N.Y.
manufacturer of Rice Automatic Cut-Off Engines (Gold Medal Winner Cincinnati
Exposition, 1884); Shipman Engine Co. of Boston, Mass. manufacturer of Oil
Engines for Printers, Steam Yachts, pumping water, sawing wood, ect; The Skinner
Engine Co. of Erie, PA. manufacturer of Portable & Stationary Engines & Boilers;
Korting Gas Engine Co., LD. of New York, N.Y. manufacturer of Korting Gas
Engines; William Tod & Co. of Youngstown, Ohio manufacturer of Porter-Hamilton
Engines; S.L. Holt & Co. of Boston, Mass offering Portable & Stationary Steam
Engines & Boilers, Steam Power Drainage Pumps, Saw Mills, Shafting, Pulleys,
Hangers and Belting; Kensington Engine Works, Limited of Philadelphia< Pa.
manufacturer of the Tangye Buckeye Automatic Cut-Off Engines; Albany Steam Trap
Co. of Albany, NY manufacturer of Blessing's Water Circulator & Purifier; Frick
Company Builders of Waynesboro, Pa. manufacturer of Eclipse Corliss Engines; The
"Otto" gas Engine Works - Schleicher, Schumm & Co. of Philadelphia, PA. &
Chicago, Ill. manufacturer of Otto Gas Engines; The Armstrong Mfg. Co. of
Bridgeport, Conn manufacturer of Water, Gas & Steam Fitters' Tools; James
Brandon Co. of New York, N.Y. manufacturer of Brandon's Piston Ring Packing; E.P.
Bullard of New York, NY manufacturer of Machine Tools; The Watts, Campbell Co.
of Newark, NJ manufacturer of Improved Corliss Steam Engines; The Hewes &
Phillips Iron Works of Newark, N.J. manufacturer of Improved Corliss Engines,
Tubular Boilers; The Fishkill Landing Machine Co. of New York, New York
manufacturer of The Improved Fishkill Corliss Engines; Robert Whitehill of
Newburgh, NY manufacturer of the Improved Corliss Engine, Slide Valve Engines,
Stationary Boilers, General Machinery and Brass & Iron Castings; Stearns M'F'G.
Company of Erie, Pa. manufacturer of Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills and General
Machinery; John McLaren of Hoboken, N.J. builder of Corliss Engines, Air
Compressors and Boilers; Hill, Clarke & Co. of Boston, Mass. sellers of
Iron-Working Machinery; Adams & Richards Machine Co. of New Brunswick, N.J.
manufacturer of Fuel, Crude Petroleum or Kerosene Engines; The Babcock & Wilcox
Co. of New York, NY manufacturer of Water-Tube Boilers; Bridgeport Boiler Works
of Bridgeport, Conn. manufacturer of The Lowe Boiler; WM T. Bate & Son of
Conshohocken, Penn. sole manufacturer of the Bate Steam Generator; The
Wainwright M'F'G. Company of Boston, Mass. manufacturer of Corrugated Tube
Exhaust Feed-Water Heaters; Fossil Meal Co. of New York manufacturer of Meal
Composition Non-Conducting Covering for Steam Pipe & Boilers; Gesswein Machine
Co. of New York manufacturer of Positive Pressure or Blast Blowers; Palmer,
Cunningham & Co., L'd. of Philadelphia, Penn. manufacturer of Tools for
Mechanics including Chucks, Drills, Reamers, Screw-Plates, Railroad Supplies,
ect.; Evansville Spar Mining Co. of Evansville, Ind. Producers of Flour Spar
Foundry Flux; Universal Radial Drill Co. of Cincinnati, O. manufacturer of
Radial Drilling Machines; Hilles & Jones of Wilmington, Del. manufacturer of
Horizontal Flange Punches; Jenkins Bros. of New York manufacturer of The
Original Unvulcanized Packing; Westcott Chuck Co. of Oneida, N.Y. manufacturer
of Lathe & Drill Chucks; Pond Engineering Co. of St. Louis, MO. manufacturer of
Steam Boilers; The E. Horton & Son Co. of Windsor Locks, Conn. manufacturer of
the Horton Lathe Chuck; Watson & Stillman of New York manufacturer of
Hydrostatic Machinery, Presses, Pumps, Punches, Accumulators, Jacks, Valves,
Fittings, Vault Elevators, ect.; Hoggson & Pettis M'F'G. Co. of New Haven, CT.
manufacturer of The Sweetland Chuck; T.R. Almond of Brooklyn, N.Y. manufacturer
of the Almond Drill Chuck; Worcester Machine Screw Co. of Worcestor, Mass.
manufacturer of Set, Cap & Machine Screws, Studs, ect.; The Cushman Chuck Co. of
Hartford, Conn. manufacturer of "Cushman" Chucks; Coffin & Leighton of Syracuse,
N.Y. manufacturer of Machinists' Scales; Sterling Emery Wheel Co. of West
Sterling, Mass. manufacturer of the Sterling Patent Emery Wheel; Standard Tool
Co. of Athol, Mass. manufacturer of Fine Machinists' Tools; Buffalo Forge Co. of
Buffalo, N.Y. manufacturer of Buffalo Cupola & Forge Blowers; I.P. Richards of
Providence, R.I. manufacturer of Punches and Dies; The National Pipe Bending Co.
of New Haven, Conn. offering Coils & Bends of Iron, Brass and Copper; John S.
leng of New York manufacturer of Weldless Cold Drawn Steel Tubes & Quick Opening
Gate Valves; Pedrick & Ayer of Philadephia, Pa. manufacturer of Cylinder Boring
& Facing Machines; Morse Twist Drill and Machine Company of New Bedford, Mass.
manufacturer of Solid & Shell Reamers, Beach's Patent Self-Centering Chuck, Bit
Stock Drills, Drill Grinding Machines, Mill Cutters and Special Tools; Simonds
Rolling-Machine Co. of Fitchburg, Mass. manufacturer of Steel Balls for
Anti-Friction Bearings; VanDuzen & Tift of Cincinnati, Ohio makers of Complete
Steam Pumps; Rollstone Machine Co. of Fitchburg, Mass. manufacturer of Wood -
Working Machinery for Chair, Furniture & Cabinet Factories, Box Shops, Planing
Mills, Pattern Makers' Use, ect.; S. Elliot of Newton, Mass. manufacturer of
Drill Presses, Tap Drill Guages & Special Machinery Tools; F.E. Reed of
Worcestor, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Hand Lathes, Foot Lathes,
Upright Drills & Milling Machines; S. Ashton Hand Mfg. Co. of Toughkenamon, Pa.
manufacturer of Engine Lathes; Boynton & Plummer of Worcestor, Mass.
manufacturer of Shaping Machines for Hand & Power; Bickford Drill Co. of
Cincinnati, O. manufacturer of Upright Drills; Springfield Glue & Emery Wheel
Co. of Springfield, Mass. manufacturer of Emery & Curundum Wheels, Emery Wheel
machinery and Flint Papers; Pancoast & Maule of Phil., Pa. makers of Improved
Steam Glue Heaters; Jos. Dixon Crucible Co. of Jersey City, N.J. manufacturer of
Dixon's Silica Graphite Boiler-Front & Smoke Stack Paint; New Haven Manf'g Co.
of new Haven, Conn. manufacturer of Iron-Working Machinery; L.W. Pond Machine
Co. of Worcestor, Mas. manufacturer of Iron Working Machinery; J. Wyke & Co. of
E.Boston, Mass. manufacturer of Fine Machinists' Tools; Cary & Moen of New York
City manufacturer of Steel Wire & Springs; William Barker & Co. of Cincinnati,
O. manufacturer of Iron & brass Working Machinery; Toledo Machine & Tool Co. of
Toledo, Ohio manufacturer of Presses, Dies & Special Machinery; D. Sounders'
Sons of Yonkers, N.Y. manufacturer of Steam & Gas Fitters hand Tools; Acme
Machinery Co. of Cleveland, O. manufacturer of "ACME" Single & Double Automatic
Boltcutters; Stow Manfg. Co. of Binghampton, N.Y. manufacturer of Flexible
Shafts, Reaming Machines, Portable Drills & flexible Boring Machines; John
Steptoe & Co. of Cin., Ohio manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Iron Planers, Shapers
& Drills; The Hoppes Mfg. Co. of Springfield, O. manufacturer of Live Steam
Feed-Water Heater & Lime Extractors; Energy MFG. Co. of Phil., Pa. manufacturer
of Drill Guides & Steady Rests; Eagle Anvil Works of Trenton, N.J. manufacturer
of the Fisher Double Screw Leg Vise & the Eagle Anvil; Charles Murray of New
York Engraver of Wood; S.W. Goodyear of Waterbury, CT. manufacturer of Machinery
for Reducing & Pointing Wire; The Laidlaw & Dunn Co. of Cin., Ohio manufacturer
of Pumping Machinery; Chas. A. Strelinger & Co. of Detroit, Mich. manufacturer
of Fine Tools; Powell Planer Co. of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Iron
Planers; P. Blaisdell & Co. of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Machinists'
Tools; Curtis & Curtis (Successors to Forbes & Curtis) of Bridgeport, Ct.
manufacturer of the Forbes Pat. Die Stock, Pipe Cutting & Threading Machinery;
Brehmer Bros. of Phil., PA. manufacturer of Bevel Gears; The Mason Regulator Co.
of Boston manufacturer of Reducing Valves; Niagara Stamping of Buffalo, N.Y.
makers of Presses, Dies and Special Machinery; Consolidated Machine & Tool Works
of Hastings, mich. & Chicago, Ill. manufacturer of Presses, Dies and Canning
Machinery; Bradley & Co. of Syracuse, N.Y. manufacturer of Cushioned Hammers,
Heating Forges, ect.; The Deane Steam Pump Co. of Holyoke, Mass. manufacturer of
Water Works Engines & Steam Pumping Machinery; The Hendey Machine Co. of
Torrington, Conn. manufacturer of Lathes; Miller, Metcalf & Parkin, Crescent
Steel Works of Pittsburgh, PA. suppliers of Die Steel in Bars or Blocks; Tower &
Lyon (Successors to Melvin Stephens) of New York manufacturer of Stephens Vises;
Sebatian, May & Co. of Cin., O. manufacturer of Foot & Power Lathes, Drill
Presses, Shapers, Band, Circular & Scroll Saws, Tools & Supplies; John W.
Hudson- Madison Manufacturing Co. of Madison, Wis.; Guild & Garrison of
Brooklyn, N.Y. manufacturer of Steam, Vacuum and Filter Press Pumps & Air
Compressors; Montgomery & Co. of New York manufacturer of Tools, Supp;ies &
Machinery; W.C. Young & Co. of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Engine, Hand &
Foot Lathes; Chas. F. baker of Minneapolis, Minn. manufacturer of Common Sense
Oil Filters; Thos. H. Dallett & Co. of Phila., Pa. manufacturer of Patent
Portable, Hand, Boiler-Shell & Multiple Drills; The Tanite Company of
Stroudsburg, PA. manufacturer of Tanite Emery Wheels & grinding Machines; Cooke
& Co. of New York manf'r. of The Binghampton Water Motor; U. Baird Machinery Co.
of Pittsburgh, Pa. manuf'r of Machinists', Pattern Makers' & Boiler Makers'
Tools and Supplies; John Wiley & Sons of N.Y. Publishers of Industrial and
Scientific Works; Beecher & Peck of New Haven, Ct. manufacturer of Peck's Pat.
Drop Press & Drop Forgings of Iron & Steel; Muller Machine Tool Co. of
Cincinnati, O. manuf'r of Engine Lathes, Planers, Shapers & Drill Presses; Betts
Machine Company of Wilmington, Del. Builder of Drills & Metal Working Machine
Tools; Knowles Steam Pump Works of N.Y. & Boston manf'r of Improved Pumping
Machinery; Niagar Machine & Tool Works of Buffalo New York builders of Presses,
Shears & other Special Mach.; Chas. Parker Co. of Meriden, Ct. manufacturer of
Guns, Gun Parts, Vises, Tools, ect.; J.H. Williams & Co. of Brooklyn, N.Y.
makers of Wrenches, Tools and other Quality Drop Forgings; Gage Machine Works of
Waterford, N.Y. Manuf'r of Fox Turret & speed Lathes and Brass Finishers' Tools;
E.W. Bliss Co. of Brooklyn, New York World's Largest Manufacter of Presses,
Dies, Shears, Mills,Canning Equipment and other Special Tools; Nicholson File
Co. of Providence, R.I. manuf'r of Files & Rasps; Nathan Manufacturing Co. of
New York manuf'r of "Gresham" Patent Automatic Re-Starting Injector; Cleveland
Twist Drill Co. of Cleveland, O. manuf'r of Drills & Reamers; National Pulley
Covering Co. of Baltimore, Md. manuf'r of Friction Pulley Covers; Fitchburg
Machine Works of Fitchburg, Mass. manuf'r of Metal Working Machines; Henry Carey
Baird & Co. of Phil., Pa. Industial Publishers, Booksellers & Importers; Volney
W. Mason & Co. of Providence, R.I. manuf'r of Friction Pulleys, Clutches &
Elevators; P.H. & F.M. Roots of Connersville, Ind. manuf'r of Force Blast Rotary
Blowers for Foundries, Smith Shops, Pneumatic Tubes, Ventilation, ect.; Beaudry
& Co.(formerly of Beaudry's Upright Power Hammer) of Boston, mass. manuf'r of
Presses, Shears, Punches & Hard Coal Heating Forges; C.F. Richardson of Athol,
Mass. manuf'r of Nickel Plated Pocket Levels; Henderson Bros. of Waterbury, CT.
manuf'r of Exhaust Tumbling Barrels; C.W. LeCount of South Norwalk, Conn.
manuf'r of Lathe Dogs & other Drop Forgings; Park Mfg. Co. of Boston manuf'r of
Injectors, Ejectors & Jet Apparatus; T. Shriver & Co.'s Iron Foundry of N.Y.;
The Volker & Felthousen M'F'G. Co. of Buffalo, N.Y. manuf'r of Steam Pumps;
Pulsometer Steam Pump Co. of N.Y. manuf'r of Steam Pumps; Hall Steam Pump Co. of
N.Y. builders of Steam Pumps; Jas. Hunter & son of North Adams, Mass. manuf'r of
Clutch Pulleys & Cutt-Off Couplings; Union Stone Co. of Boston manuf'r of Emery
Wheels, Grinding Mach., Polishing & Plating Goods and Tools; Edwards Meeks of
Phil. - Publisher; Gage Tool Co. of Vineland, N.J. manuf'r of Planes & Hand
Tools; Henry R. Worthington of N.Y. manuf'r of Independent Condensers; Niles
Tool Works of Hamilton, Ohio manuf'r of Machine Tools; Buckeye Engine Co. of
Salem, Ohio manuf'r of engines; The Garvin Machine Co. of N.Y. manuf'r of
Machines & Machine Tools; Manning, Maxwell & Moore of N.Y. manuf'r of Railway
and Machinists' Tools & Supplies; Lexington Gear Works of Lex., Mass. makers of
Gears; M.C. Bullock of Chicago, Ill. manuf'r of Bullock-Corliss Engines, Diamond
Drills for Prospecting, Band Friction Hoists & Mining Mach.; The Lane & Bodley
Co. of Cin., Ohio manuf'r of Corliss Engines; G.S. Woolman of New York manuf'r
of Drawing Instuments; The D. Frisbie Co. of N.Y. manuf'r of Frisbie Friction
Pulleys & Clutches; The Ball & Wood Co. of Elizabeth, N.J. manuf'r of Ball
Automatic Cut-Off Engines; Lackawanna Lubricating Co. of Scranton, PA. manuf'r
of Grease Cups; The De Lamater Iron Works of N.Y. manuf'r of General Machinery;
Henry Warden Manufacturer of Phil., PA. manuf'r of Atkinson Cycle Gas Engines;
The Hilles & Jones Co. of Wilmington, Del. manuf'r of Machine Tools; Bement,
Miles & Co. of Phil., Pa. manuf'r of Metal-Working Mach. Tools; William Sellers
& Co. of Phil., Pa. manuf'r of Machine Tolls for Working Iron & Steel; The New
Process Raw Hide Co. of Syracuse, N.Y manuf'r of Raw Hide Gears; Southwark
Foundry & Machine Co. of Phil., Penn. manuf'r of Boileers, Steam Hammers,
Blowing & Reversing Engines, Centrifugal Pumps, Steam Pumps & Heavy Castings;
The Norton & Jones Machine Tool Works of Plainville, Conn. manuf'r of Machine
Tools & Special machinery; The Champion Blower & Forge Co. of Lancaster, Pa.;
J.D. wright & Sons of Brooklyn, N.Y.; The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. of
Cincinnati, O.; N.P. Bowsher of South Bend, Ind.; J.E. snyder of Worcester,
Mass.; Edison General Electric Company; American Gas Furnace Co. of N.Y.; Landis
Bros. of Waynesboro, Pa.; Trump Bros. Machine Co. of Wilmington, Delaware; R.D.
Nuttall & Co. of Allegheny, PA.; Giant Key-Seater Co. of East Saginaw, Mich.;
Light Drill Presses of Hartford, Conn.; J.E. Lonergan & Co. of Phila., Pa.;
Harrison Safety Boiler Works of Phil., Pa.; T.M. Foote Regulator Co. of Boston;
Adriance Machine Works of Brooklyn, N.Y. manuf'r of Gang Slitters, Automatic
Screw Machines and Double Seamers; Samuel C. Rogers & Co. of Buffalo; Alfred Box
& Co. of Phila., Pa.; Van Duzen Gas & Gasoline Engine Co. of Cincinnati, O.;
Capitol Mfg. Co. of Chicago; M.T. Davidson of Brooklyn, N.Y.; The States Machine
Co. of Newark, N.J.; L. & R. Wister & Co. of Phila., PA.; John Royle & Sons of
Paterson, N.J.; Penberthy Injector Co. of Detroit, Mich.; A.J. Wilkinson & Co.
of Boston; William Jessop & Sons, L'd. of Sheffield, England; Crescent Steel Co.
of pittsburgh, Pa.; .
See above for the links to all pictures and descriptions of machine tools
Below miss pics I have'nt explained yet or have photos of my actual machines yet to compare.