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US Patent: 602,106
Tool for dressing emery-wheels
Charles E. Roberts - Oak Park, IL

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Tool Categories:
industrial tools : grinding wheels : grinder dressers
metalworking machines : grinders : grinder dressers


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H. M. Munday
L. E. Curtis

Patent Dates:
Applied: Aug. 12, 1897
Granted: Apr. 12, 1898

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"This invention relates to tools for dressing and truing emery-wheels. It belongs to that class of such devices generally known as the 'Huntington' dressers, and consisting of a series of disks loosely journaled upon a common shaft or pivot and some or all provided with peripheral spurs and supported in the end of a handle, whereby the disks ma be held up against the wheel to be dressed." The innovation here is to use two sets of dressers that can be applied at the same time, "one set being thus adapted to remove any imperfections in the work done by the other."

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