Home| FAQ Search:Advanced|Person|Company| Type|Class Login
Quick search:
Patent number:
Patent Date:
first    back  next  last
US Patent: 170,797
Improvement in sawing-machines
Patentee:
S. William C. Adams - North Lansing, MI

USPTO Classifications:
83/436.7

Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : circular saws : circular crosscut saws

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
Unknown

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jun. 03, 1875
Granted: Dec. 07, 1875

Patent Pictures:
USPTO pdf tiff
Google Patents
Report data errors or omissions
Description:
"My invention has for its object to so construct a cut-off sawing-machine as that the saw will revolve about the log that is being cut up, whereby I am enabled to cut a log of a given diameter with a saw of half the diameter of a stationary saw, with a corresponding reduction of gage, weight, and power required to drive it. The invention consists, primarily, in the manner of hanging the saw, and in the mechanism for driving it, while it also gives it a planetary motion; and, secondly, in the devices for operating the spiked roller, on which the log lies, to feed it up to the saw."

Copyright © 2002-2017 - DATAMP