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British Industrial History

Kendall and Gent

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1867. Nut shaping machine.
1868.
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1869. Brown's patent screwing machine.
April 1870.
June 1880.
1883. Cutter machine.
1884.Fairbairn's Screw Rolling Machine.
1885. Milling and slotting machine.
January 1888.
1889.
1891.
1891.
1891.
1892.
1896.
1896.
1898.
1898.
1900. Radial Drill and Vertical Drilling machine exhibited at the 1900 Paris Exhibition.
1900. Plano-Milling machine.
1901. Open Spindle Turret Lathe, shown at the Glasgow Exhibition.
1902.
1902.
1903. Milling Machine.
1903. Crank web, profiling and milling machine.
1905.
1905. Portable drilling machine.
1907.
1907.
1907.
1909. Universal plano milling machine.
1909. Bush and Face Grinder.
1910. Machine for Milling Locomotive Frame Plates.
1910. 10.5 inch turrett lathe.
1914. 5 ft radial drilling machine.
1915.
Victoria Works, Gorton, in the 1920s
1920.
1924.
1928.
1928.
1932. Large Heavy Duty Plano Milling Machine.
1934. Openside plano-milling machine.
1934.
1955.
1956.
Plano Milling Machine.

Kendall and Gent Machine tool makers, originally of Victoria Works, Springfield, Salford. In the 1890s they moved to a new works, also called Victoria Works in Gorton, Manchester.

1849 Company established.

1873 (1 volume; in German) Illustrated sales catalogue.

1876 Details of their screwing machine with releasing motion. [1]

1900 Plano-milling machine and others at the Paris exhibition. Article and illustration in 'The Engineer'. [2]

1904 Incorporated as a limited company.

1911 Produced a Break Lathe; screwing machine.

1914 Machine tool makers. Specialities: patent screwing and tapping machines, Dixon's patent radial drilling and tapping machines, milling machines, cutter grinding machines. [3]

1920 Public company.

1920 September. Exhibited at the Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia with milling machines. [4]

1944 Name changed.

1961 Machine tool makers. [5]

1966 Acquired by Staveley Industries[6]

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Sources of Information

  • [1] Manchester Archives
  • Machine Tools by James Weir French in 2 vols. Published 1911 by Gresham
  1. The Engineer of 17th November 1876 p349
  2. The Engineer of 7th September 1900 p237
  3. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  4. The Engineer of 24th September 1920 p295
  5. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE
  6. The Times, Feb 21, 1967