Shop Talk about Machine Tools and Their Uses

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Hill, Clarke & Company, 1901

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Page 7 - MASTER of human destinies am I! Fame, love, and fortune on my footsteps wait. Cities and fields I walk; I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace — soon or late I knock unbidden once at every gate! If sleeping, wake — if feasting, rise before I turn away. It is the hour of fate, . And...
Page 20 - ... the number of revolutions. Rule. — Multiply the diameter of the driver by its number of revolutions and divide the product by the number of required revolutions of the driven. The quotient will be its diameter. To ascertain the size of pulleys for given speeds.
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Page 20 - When this mixture has become cool, add one and three-eighths pints of water saturated with pulverized sal ammoniac, stirring constantly. Softening Cast Iron. To soften iron for drilling, heat to a cherry-red, having it lie level in the fire. Then with tongs, put on a piece of brimstone, a little less in size than the hole is to be. This softens the iron entirely through. Let it lie in the fire until cooled, when it is ready to drill. Suggestions how to Solder. Clean the parts thoroughly from all...
Page 3 - B is turned parallel and has a flat milled on it at an angle with the center line. This bush, which fits in a recess, as shown, is simply a wedge and is knocked in. There is a screw C to prevent it coming loose. A second screw D, the patent of Mr. WS Baskerville, is shown for adjusting the blades sideways.
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Page 21 - Tube and Rod Drawing Machinery. H = Hydraulic Machinery. L -- Spinning Lathes. Edging Lathes, etc. M = Open Back, Single Acting Power Presses. N = Pillar Single Acting Power Presses. P = Double Acting Power Presses. R = Rolling Mills.
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Page 15 - St. Johns River Service between Jacksonville and Sanford, Fla., and Intermediate landings. The " Clyde Line" is the favorite route between NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA and EASTERN POINTS, and CHARLESTON, SC, and JACKSONVILLE, FLA., making direct connection for all points South and Southwest.

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