|US Patent: RE9,469|
|Machine for Cutting Teeth of Wooden Gears
|Not known to have been produced|
||Mar. 22, 1880
||Nov. 16, 1880
|Reissue of 175,859 (Apr. 11, 1876)|
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"Vintage Machinery" entry for the Gleason Works
|Frank H. Clement - patent attorney
The nature of my invention consists in providing a gear-dressing machine with attachments by which wooden gear-teeth and the teeth of wooden gear-patterns may be accurately dressed, such attachments being applicable to my improved gear-dressing machine described in Division A of this reissue.
What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, I;
1. In a gear-dressing machine, the combination, with a pivoted turret hinged slide, reciprocating tool-saddle, and a revolving wood-cutting spindle, of a grooved pulley traveling on a counter-shaft journaled in the arms or brackets of a swiveled hanger, substantially as and for the purpose shown and described.
2. In a gear-dressing machine, the combination of the pivoted turret P, hinged slide D, reciprocating tool-saddle T, and a suitably arranged wood-cutting spindle with the splined counter-shaft H, grooved pulley M, pinion f, swiveled hanger G, having arms b, shaft B', carrying gear f, cone B3, and pulley, p, all constructed and arranged substantially as and for the purpose specified.