Written by John Alexander, Collections Technician • firstname.lastname@example.org My choice of this machine was confirmed right away. I looked in a box of books sitting next to my desk and […]
Written by John Alexander, Collections Technician The sight of an old catalog for Barnes lathes led to this month’s article. The company was founded in 1872 as the W. F. […]
This all starts way back, and it starts here! After the Civil War (1865) American Precision Museum’s building became a cotton mill. It and the machine-making shops across Mill Brook […]
The Machine of the Month is Model Number 10 A, manufactured by Bryant Chucking Grinder of Springfield, VT. The Number 10 A introduced a unique method of moving the grinding […]
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