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THE RIVETT BENCH LATHE

... with some of its attachments, ...has been patented in the United States by Mr. E. Rivett. —The lathe is intended for the finest work done by tool-makers, electricians, and machinists, and is highly finished all over, including the bed and feet. The headstock, spindle, and bushings in which it runs are of tool-steel, hardened,ground, and lapped, the spindle being 2 1/4 in. in diameter and the bearings 2 1/2 in. long. The end of the spindle is threaded for face-plates or chucks, and there is a draw-bar which extends through the spindle for holding split chucks, ... the rods extending through the spindle, which has a hole through it ... Fig. 3 shows the quill used in milling,.....

Source: English Mechanic and World of Science No. H31. Ano. 26, 1892.