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Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co

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Diestock and die
The grooved dies locate on the hinged guides
1907. From The Mechanical Engineer’s Pocket-Book.

of New Bedford , Massachusetts

1881 Advertising as makers of Morse patent twist drills, reamers, Beach's patent self-centring chuck, milling cutters, drill grinding machines, etc. 'All Tools Exact to Whitworth Standard Gauges'. George R. Stetson - Superintendent; Edward S. Taber - President and Treasurer.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] American Machinist, 30 April 1881