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US Patent: 8,990
Machine for turning and polishing
Benjamin J. Tayman - Philadelphia, PA

USPTO Classifications:
142/32, 144/47, 451/296

Tool Categories:
specialty machines
woodworking machines : specialty machines


Not known to have been produced

John L. Smith
P. H. Watson

Patent Dates:
Granted: Jun. 01, 1852

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"The first part of my invention consists of a revolving tubular saw... for reducing oblong rough sticks to cylindrical rods... The second part of my invention consists of a peculiar arrangement of polishing belts which encircle the cylinder and act equally upon every part of its periphery... The third part of my inventing relates to the method of holding the rod from turning under the action of the cutter... The machine represented... is adapted to the formation of cylindrical articles such for example as penholders, pencil stocks, and curtain rods..."

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