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1892. Double-geared Milling Machine.
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1904. 53 - 16 inch high speed lathe.
1904. Surfacing and boring lathe.
1904. Lathes with variable speed gear.
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1928.
1932.
1934. 'Junior' lathe.
1936. Aerial view of Works at Johnstone.
Exhibit at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
Exhibit at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
Back-Geared Screw-Cutting Lathe. Exhibit at the Summerlee Museum of Industrial Life.

John Lang and Sons of Johnstone, nr Glasgow were machine tool manufacturers.

1873 Company founded.

1894 Surfacing and boring Lathe. [1]

1895 Visit to the works by a party from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers

1911: 12 inch Centre Lathe. [2]

1916 Private company.

1920 September. Exhibited at the Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia with a number of lathes with their well-known system of variable speed driving by means of expanding pulleys. [3]

1961 Lathe manufacturers, machine tool makers and engineers. 800 employees. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer of 21st December 1894 p547-8
  2. Machine Tools by James Weir French in 2 vols. Published 1911 by Gresham
  3. The Engineer of 8th October 1920 p358
  4. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE