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US Patent: 57,158
Rose Engine Lathe
Thomas Lippiatt - New York, NY

USPTO Classifications:
82/11.1, 82/19

Tool Categories:
metalworking machines : metal lathes : ornamental lathes


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Thomas Tusche
M. B. Carrington
M. M. Livingston
Albert W. Brown

Patent Dates:
Granted: Aug. 14, 1866

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In the present invention the dictator, in lieu of being stationary, with the mandrel vibrating, as has heretofore been the case in rose-engine lathes, is arranged so as to be susceptible of a lateral play as the mandrel is revolved, according to the depressions or figure of the pattern secured on the mandrel, the cuttingtool being connected with the dictator in such a manner as to partake of its movements, thus transferring to the article placed in the lathe to be turned a similar configuration to that of the pattern.

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