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US Patent: 40,483
Improvement in Planes for Beading, Molding, &c.
Molding Plane with a Curved Throat
Patentee:
Seth C. Howes - South Chatham, MA

USPTO Classifications:
30/489

Tool Categories:
woodworking tools : planes : plane adjustment mechanisms : plane cutter adjustments
woodworking tools : planes : molding planes

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
J. W. Coombs
G. W. Reeds
John G. Doane
Freeman E. Chase

Patent Dates:
Granted: Nov. 03, 1863

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Description:
To prevent clogging, the throat of a molding plane is cut to curve away from the cutter. The internal wedge is secured with a screw.

This patent was issued November 3, 1863 and antedated to October 24, 1863.

Howe had an earlier patent on cutter adjustment 37694 that Roger Smith in PTAMPIA1 says have no known examples.

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