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Harold Hall

Gallery

Filing Machine

Filing Machine.

This taking its drive from the lathe on which it is mounted. It can though easily be driven by a separate Motor.

See more pictures showing the mechanism with the guard omitted.

Milling table low profile clamps
Milling table low profile clamps
Metalworkers sash clamps
Metalworkers sash clamps
Tailstock die holders

Low Profile clamps.  

Five types for use on a machine table, that fourth from the left is being used in the lower picture.

Engineers’s Sash Clamps Clamps. The lower picture shows a typical use for these. Sorry about the quality.

An Alternative to the Four Jaw Chuck.

Tailstock Die Holders. This simple design permits sufficient to be made so that all frequently used thread sizes are immediately available for use.

Four Jaw Chuck, an alternative
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Four Facit drill sharpening jig

Drills sharpened with this form have a smaller and modified chisel point placing less demand on the machine.

A Quick-set Face and angle plate.

The unconventional slot positions, together with the added accessories, makes it much easier in many situations to position the workpiece.

Machined from a kit of parts from Hemingway Kits

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