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US Patent: 243,611
Nailing-machine
Patentee:
George H. Perkins - Philadelphia, PA

USPTO Classifications:
144/225, 227/148, 227/154, 269/227

Tool Categories:
woodworking machines : specialty machines : nailing machines

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
C. B. Taylor
J. Bonsall Taylor

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jun. 21, 1880
Granted: Jun. 28, 1881

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Description:
"My invention relates in general to box-nailing machines, or devices for automatically nailing together boards or pieces of separate material; and it relates more specifically to the class of box-nailing machines of which the machine patented to Edwin Beard, in and by Letters Patent No. 157,568, dated December 8, 1874, is a type.

"In the above class of machinery, the operative principle is that the box or other thing to be nailed is placed upon a table which is adapted by suitable mechanism to be elevated into contact with nail-holders, which are, in turn, adapted to be elevated by the box, whereby fixed plungers are caused to enter them and drive into the box nails previously placed within said nail-holders."

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