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US Patent: 982,979
Work Holder for Shaping Machine
Patentee:
Henry E. Morton - Muskegon, MI

USPTO Classifications:
269/152, 409/313, 409/332

Tool Categories:
metalworking machines : metal shapers : metal shaper accessories

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
Palmer A. Jones
Luther V. Moulton
H. O. Van Antwerp
Minnie Johnson

Patent Dates:
Applied: Oct. 28, 1909
Granted: Jan. 31, 1911

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for Morton Mfg. Co.
Description:
Luther V. Moulton - patent attorney

My invention relates to improvements in work-holders for shaping machines having a reciprocatory and rotative tool holder, and more particularly for such machines as show on Patent # 848,190 dated 26 Mar, 1907, to myself and Matthew Morton jointly, and its object is to provide means whereby, when the machine is working upon one piece of work, another like piece of work may be placed in the machine ready to be operated upon, and that when one piece of work is finished, the other may quickly be adjusted in position to be operated upon, thus making the operation practically continuous.

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