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From-Kanas-1860-s 1880-sMachines-Horizontal-Milling-Machine-Lincoln-Style.
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Samuel Colt and his namesake revolver. What is arguably his greatest innovation—introducing mass production to the firearms industry. Prior to Colt, arms were produced by hand, meaning if they broke down in the field, you needed a gunsmith on hand to repair. Mass production allowed for spare, interchangeable parts to be carried into battle, an important innovation.

After learning precision manufacturing at the Colt Armory, many Hartford mechanics would spin off and start their own companies, often in a completely different industry. Whether producing arms, bicycles, sewing machines, or even automobiles, the skills and the machinery stayed the same. This Lincoln Milling Machine (1861) was manufactured by tool builder George S Lincoln of Hartford’s Phoenix Iron Works and was used in nearly every Hartford factory. Its high-speed rotary cutting blade shaved excess material from a metal workpiece. This firm was established in 1834 by Levi Lincoln, who founded New England Card Co. in 1832. The Iron Works made tools and simple machines used in making carding tools for production of cotton and wool. These early machines were dog-powered, and displaced a substantial domestic industry in making cards by hand. Other early products include a patent faucet for molasses barrels and machinery for making patent hook-and-eye fasteners. In 1840 Levi's sons George S. Lincoln and brother Charles L. Lincoln were in charge, the business being reorganized as George S. Lincoln & Co.. Their products included drills and engine lathes. In 1886 the company reorganized as Lincoln & Co., and in 1901 as the Phoenix Iron Works. In 1907 the business was merged with the Fenn Machine Co. to create Taylor & Fenn Co., and is still in business under that name, as a foundry. A great-great grandson of Levi Lincoln, Charles Lincoln Taylor, began working for Lincoln & Co., in 1895. By 1901 Taylor was plant foreman, and, as part of a group of investors, purchased the company which they reorganized as the Phoenix Iron Works, with Taylor as treasurer and a director. In 1907 the Phoenix-Fenn merger created Taylor & Fenn. In 1910 he added secretary to his titles. In 1915 the business was in receivership and Taylor purchased full ownership. In 1924 he became president, relinquishing the secretary role but continuing on as treasurer and director. By the time of his death in 1944, Taylor & Fenn Co. had 1200 employees and did a business of $2 million per year. The Lincoln Miller The famous Lincoln milling machine was manufactured here in 1854 by Francis A. Pratt, who went on to found the Pratt & Whitney Co. in 1862. The "Lincoln miller" design was made by many firms in the latter half of the 19th century. The Lincoln miller was arguably the first dedicated milling machine. It used a lathe-style base with a usually horizontal milling arbor that was traversed across the workpiece, which was held motionless on the bed. The Lincoln miller did not offer three-axis positioning, and was not suitable for drilling, but its simple and rigid design survived for at least 40 years.
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No not this place, it's the well-funded Henry FORD Museum Arlington-and-Sims-Machine-Shop-Edison-Henry-Ford-Museum 1890 to 1919. "
The Smithsonian National Museum still displays this one "Colt" Lincoln Mlling Machine
ca, 1861 from the 1850/1860 Machine-Shop they used to display.
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My Milling Machine on the Left.
The Smithsonian 1861 Machine on the Right.
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My Milling Machine on the Left.
The Smithsonian 1861 Machine on the Right.
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DSCN2062 No not into-the-Barn-It is in The Henry-Ford--It is a Cinn-grinder
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Farm Machines,,,,Yes, Now into the Spooky Barn.
Holloween, here I come.
Farm Machines,,,The Bandsaw I rebuilt from the scrap man.
I brought This home in the truck of my 1984 Ford LTD in 1987.
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Farm Machines,,,,Yes, Now into the Spooky Barn.
Holloween, here I come.
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Farm Machines,,,The Bandsaw I rebuilt from the scrap man.
I brought This home in the truck of my 1984 Ford LTD in 1987.
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Farm Machines The Large-Sheet-Metal-Punch
I brought This home in the truck of my 1984 Ford LTD in 1986.
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Farm Machines The Enco Press-Brake shear-Punch.
I brought This home in the back of my 1996 Ford 150 in 1996.
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Farm Machines The Enco Press-Brake shear-Punch.
I brought This home in the back of my 1996 Ford 150 in 1996.
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Farm Machines The Enco Press-Brake shear-Punch.
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Farm Machines The Enco Press-Brake shear-Punch.
I brought This home in the back of my 1996 Ford 150 in 1996.
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