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1862 London Exhibition: Catalogue: Class 7.: Thwaites and Carbutt

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Double-action Steam Hammer

1728. THWAITES and CARBUTT, Vulcan Iron Works, Bradford, Yorkshire.

Steam hammers and engineers' tools.

  • A 7-cwt. patent double-action self-acting STEAM HAMMER.
  • A 4-cwt. double-action SINGLE STANDARD HAMMER.
  • Pillar radial DRILLING MACHINE.
  • A 6-in. centre SLIDE AND SCREW CUTTING LATHE, with compound slide rest.
  • A ratchet DRILL-STAND MODEL.
  • Model of a very powerful PLANING MACHINE.
  • A 10-in. centre DOUBLE-GEARED SLIDE LATHE, with compound slide rest.

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