Datamp.org Patents http://www.datamp.org/ Recently added patents en-us US Patent: D166,148 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=62838&pn=D166,148 Portable power operated sanding machine Patentees: Peter Muller-Munk - Pittsburgh PA , Arthur N. Emmons - Nedrow NY Granted:1952-03-11
Manufactured by Porter-Cable Machine Co. - Syracuse NY
Assigned to Porter-Cable Machine Co. - Syracuse NY


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US Patent: 649,895 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=62837&pn=649,895 Wagon-jack Patentee: Joseph Allen - Palmyra NY Granted:1900-05-22
Manufactured by Joseph Allen - Palmyra NY

The 1901 Farm Implement News Buyer's Guide lists "Joseph Allen, Palmyra, N. Y., Allen's." under "Wagon Jacks".
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US Patent: 571,012 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=62830&pn=571,012 Sprinkler Patentee: Charles Neracher - Cleveland OH Granted:1896-11-10

The inventor, who a few years earlier had patented a universal miter trimmer, was deceased at the time this patent was issued.
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US Patent: 488,197 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=62832&pn=488,197 Belt-tightener Patentee: Herbert Hackney - South Evanston IL Granted:1892-12-20
Manufactured by Benjamin Machine Co. - South Evanston IL
Assigned to Benjamin Machine Co. - South Evanston IL

"In wood-working machines it is especially desirable for many reasons to provide the adjustment of the tension of the feed-belt to suit the work. With the devices herein shown and described the tension of the feed-balt can be adjusted so as to be barely sufficient to feed the lumber under ordinary conditions so that if any accident which clogs the machine takes place the belt will cease to drive..."
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US Patent: 482,864 http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=52913&pn=482,864 Split wheel Patentee: Conrad M. Conradson - Madison WI Granted:1892-09-20

The inventor had been working for Gisholt Machine Co., designing their heavy-duty turret lathes. According to the book, "Madison, a History of the Formative Years, 2nd ed.", after the first version of the lathe was in production, Conradson lost interest and began spending his time on his own projects; the company owner, John A. Johnson, was forced to fire him, which happened very roughly at the time of this patent. In 1917 Conradson would established the short-lived Conradson Machine Tool Co., makers of milling machines, lathes, planers, and radial drilling machines.
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