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US Patent: 107,502
Shaping Metals
Improvement in Planing-Machines
Anson Judson - Brooklyn, NY

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metalworking machines : metal shapers


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Charles H. Bookhout
E. Bookhout, Jr.

Patent Dates:
Granted: Sep. 20, 1870

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My invention consists of a machine which can readily be attached to the work-bench, and, in some cases, to the work to be operated upon, and any number of angles planed without detaching the machine from its original position; or it may be attached to the common vise, while the work is held in the jaws of the same, as in the way in chipping and filing. It is designed for use in places that cannot be reached by a file, or where the work or piece is too heavy to carry to the planers in common use, as in the case of architectural and engine work, cutting keyways in shafts or hubs of wheels, die-sinking, and a variety of work. It is so constructed that it can be easily attached to any form by the person using it by simply turning one screw, and, after it is set in the proper angle, it is worked by the lever, as hereinafter described.

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