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US Patent: 995,726
Micrometer cutting-gage or stop device for lathes, &c.
Patentee:
William Runge - Seneca Falls, NY

USPTO Classifications:
82/137

Tool Categories:
metalworking machines : metal lathes : metal lathe accessories
metalworking tools : machinist tools : measuring tools : micrometers

Assignees:
Seneca Falls Manufacturing Co. - Seneca Falls, NY

Manufacturer:
Seneca Falls Manufacturing Co. - Seneca Falls, NY

Witnesses:
J. C. Davis
Paul B. Kendig
A. G. Dimond
C. H. Bund

Patent Dates:
Applied: Sep. 19, 1901
Granted: Jun. 20, 1911

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for Seneca Falls Manufacturing Co.
Description:
Wilhelm, Parker & Hard - patent attorneys

This invention relates more particularly to improvements in micrometer cutting gages or stop devices for lathes and other machine tools of the character disclosed in Letters Patent No. 863,097, granted August 13. 1907, to myself, assignor to The Seneca Falls Manufacturing Company. These devices are for the purpose of enabling the advance movements of the cutter or tool toward the work to be regulated so that only cuts of predetermined depths can be made, whereby the reduction of the work beyond the prescribed dimensions is prevented. The object of the invention is to produce an efficient and practical cutting gage or stop device of simple and durable construction which can be quickly and easily set for positively limiting the advance movements of the tool or cutter in either direction, as required, with great precision; which permits the full travel of the cross slide, or tool-carrying slide, without disturbing the adjustment of the cutting gage or stop device; and which can be readily thrown put of action to allow the unrestricted feeding of the tool or cutter by hand or by its power driven feed mechanism.

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