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US Patent: 274,020
Wood-boring machine
Patentee:
John M. Nash - Hudson, WI

USPTO Classifications:
144/96, 408/46, 408/48

Tool Categories:
trade specific : chair maker
woodworking machines : wood drilling and boring
metalworking machines : drilling and boring

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
J. M. Nash - Milwaukee, WI
J. M. Nash Co. - Milwaukee, WI

Witnesses:
M. A. Fulton
F. S. Durand

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jul. 21, 1882
Granted: Mar. 13, 1883

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for J. M. Nash Co.
Description:
"The object of this invention is to provide a machine for boring by a single operation a number of holes at different angles to each other, such as are required in chair-legs, &c."

In 1890, inventor Nash began manufacturing sanding machines under his own name. Since his machines were aimed primarily at the furniture industry, as is this patent, it is quite possible that this design was also manufactured by J. M. Nash. At this time, though that is purely conjecture.

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