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US Patent: 380,089
Side dresser for saws
Patentees:
Joseph Hanson - Fort Wayne, IN
Charles E. Cleveland - Fort Wayne, IN

USPTO Classifications:
76/49, 76/50

Tool Categories:
woodworking tools : handsaws : saw sharpening tools : saw sets

Assignees:
Joseph Hanson - Fort Wayne, IN

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
S. Mottinger
J. M. Kuhns

Patent Dates:
Applied: Sep. 17, 1887
Granted: Mar. 27, 1888

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Description:
"Our invention relates to side dressers for band and kindred saws, in which the sides of the teeth are side-dressed by compression. The object of our invention is to provide a side dress that will leave the cutting-points of the teeth all the same width and tapering down to the saw-plate at any angle desired, something that has never been satisfactorily done heretofore."

From the 2001 "Live Free or Die" auction: "A pair of unusual devices, most likely intended for saw setting, by RANDALL & COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Patented March 27, 1888." The lot sold for $33.00.

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