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GB Patent: GB-251,904
Turning Lathes
W. B. Lang - Johnstone, Renfewshire Scotland
J. M. Lang - Johnstone, Renfewshire Scotland

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metalworking machines : metal lathes


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Granted: Jan. 12, 1926

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This invention is concerned with lathes in which the back centre, or loose headstock, runs on a bed separate from that for the tool saddle, and aims at making the machine as rigid as possible. For this reason the brackets A, which carry the supplementary bed B, that carries the tailstock C, are bolted hard up against the saddle bed D at the back.The saddle E is guided along the front shear of the main bed by the faces F and G, and plates H and H are provided to resist any tenancy of the saddle to lift.

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