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US Patent: 41,478
Lathe tool
Amos A. Burr - Rockdale, NY

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Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : wood lathes : wood lathe accessories


Not known to have been produced

D. Robertson
Thomas S. J. Douglass

Patent Dates:
Granted: Feb. 09, 1864

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This invention relates to a new and useful tool for cutting spiral beads on wooden articles, such as furniture-legs, &c., turned in a lathe and while being centered and rotated in the same. The invention consists in the employment or use of two jaws attached either to an elastic bar or to shanks connected, by a joint to admit of the jaws being opened and closed, said jaws having curved or semicircular recesses made in them, in which screw-threads are cut, and one of the jaws having, a cutter and a guard attached to it, the above parts being used in connection with a spring and all arranged in such a manner that when the tool is applied to the work or article in the lathe and the article rotated the tool will feed itself along on the article and cut the spiral bead thereon

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