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US Patent: 1,492,554
Scroll-cutting machine
Patentee:
Vincent Colby - Chicago, IL

USPTO Classifications:
30/164.9, 30/275

Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : handheld power tools : handheld jigsaws
woodworking machines : reciprocating saws : handheld jigsaws

Assignees:
International Register Co. - Chicago, IL

Manufacturer:
International Register Co. - Chicago, IL

Witnesses:
Unknown

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jan. 19, 1921
Granted: May 06, 1924

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Description:
This is the first patent for the "Cutawl" saw for cutting fabric, cardboard, wood, and other thin materials. Cutawl saws were very expensive but are still popular for making intricate, precise cuts that need little or no clean-up afterwards. Sign makers, prop makers, and tailors are among those who use them. See also patents 1,799,215, 1,949,509, 1,949,510, 1,974,642, and 1,989,120.

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