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US Patent: 132,086
Improvement in log-carriages for sawmills
Patentee:
Willard Lamb - Green Bay, WI

USPTO Classifications:
83/435.24, 83/713

Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : sawmills

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Ottawa Iron Works - Ferrysburg, MI
Phoenix Iron Works - Port Huron, MI
Rochester Manufacturing Co. - Chicago, IL
C. & G. Cooper& Co. - Mt. Vernon, OH
Cummings brothers - Lyons, IA
Clinton Iron Works - Clinton, IA
Marinette Iron Works - Marinette, WI
John Whitney - Fort Howard, WI
Taylor & Duncan - Fort Howard, WI
E. P. Allis & Co. - Milwaukee, WI
Filer, Stowell & Co. - Milwaukee, WI
C. C. Paige - Oshkosh, WI
Fletcher & Everett - Oshkosh, WI
George Challoner - Omro, WI
William H. Hiner & Co. - Fond du Lac, WI

Witnesses:
H. S. Abbot
Wells W. Leggett

Patent Dates:
Granted: Oct. 08, 1872

Reissue Information:
Reissued as RE8,150 (Apr. 02, 1878)

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for Wm. H. Hiner & Co.
Description:
An 1875 ad from Willard Lamb shows this invention. "Foundrymen and saw mill machinists are requested to apply to me for manufacturers' licenses and terms of royalty. There is a list of 15 references, which we assume were users of the invention. Follow the link provided to Wm. H. Hiner & Co. and then look at the "Images" tab on that page to view the ad. One of the companies listed in the ad is E. P. Allis & Co., and an ad from that firm in the same book as the Lamb ad includes this text: "We make Willard Lamb's patent wire rope carriage movement that dispenses entirely with the cog gear. The Saw Carriage is much lighter and can be handled much more rapidly and at a much less expense than the old movements."

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