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Patent XC-339: 1851-11-06, Circular and straight moulding, rabbetting, ploughing and architrave machine

X Number Date Inventor City Title
XC-339 1851-11-06 William Coleman Toronto, ON Canada Circular and straight moulding, rabbetting, ploughing and architrave machine

Comments

XC patents are Canadian patents issued between 1824 and 1869. “This machine has a main cutting cylinder with setting screws and feeding shafts, also a spindle and another cutting cylinder with step and gauge screw, and feeding pulley and shaft. There is a bed piece for circular work, with sweep gauges, and endless feeding chain, and guides and tightening rollers. There is likewise a main driving drum, with feeding pulley and guides, and stationary jointers, and the machine is intended to stick mouldings of every description and size, from the smallest used in joiner work, to the large cornice mouldings, circular or straight, rabbeting of every form, ploughing of the face under side and both edges if required, and also to sink stick returned bead, rabbet and joint architraves, and skirting of every description, making from the rough state a complete finish by once passing through it.”

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