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In all *her Band Sawing-Machines the saw is placed outside of the frame and column which support the driving ; exposing the Saws to injury from handling lumber about them, also rendering them extremely dangerous to the operator. The main feature in this Machine has been to produce a Band Saw, perfectly safe to the operator, and fully protected from injury to the Saw, combining neatness and utility in all its arts. The Saw iso: to run upward near the column, under the top arch, over the upper or tension pulley, and down near the front frame and behind the guide-bar, which on be adjusted up and down to the required height for the work to be āone.” It also runs through a superior adjustable guide, above and below the work, and a guide on the column, guiding equally well all widths of Saws.

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Sash Weights.

Crane Bros. Manufacturing Co........................ Chicago, Il......................See Page 230 *.** - Saw Countriners, - D. Brewer & Co............................................. Philadelphia, Pa............ ..See Page 246 - Saw Franness E. M. Boynton ............. ë e o to to to & e o e o 'o € $ & # 8 o' to $ to $ to it e o 'o e & © e. New York...................... See Page 6 - Saw Handles. E. M. Boynton.......... & e o g g g is so & s & © e g to $ & # 9 & e o do to do so o o g to $ it is to go o New York...................... See Page 6 . . Saw Makers. - American Saw Company...................... • e o 'o e o os e o eNew York ........See Page 156 C. Wan Ness “ “ ................ to to e o o &C. 70 E. M. Boynton $6 66 to e e o os e is e e o os e g o g & to e g o os & 6

See also, saws. Saw Mill Machinery. Snyder Bros Williamsport, Pa............. See Page 46

2. Saw Mills,

Buffalo Machinery Agency............................. Buffalo, N. Y.................. See Page 160 • - Saws.

American Saw Co • * New York See Page 156 C. Wan Ness........ . “ “ ...................... 66 70 R. M. Boynton............................................. & 4 “. ...................... $$. 6 J. T. & R. H. Plass...... 46 “. ..................... $6 208 Pratt & Co Buffalo, N. Y.................. “ 132

* - - Scales, • ? A. M. Gilbert & Co.........................................Chicago, Ill.................... See Page 18) Buffalo Scale Co Buffalo, N. Y......... * * * * * e s to e $6 40 Jones Scales Works..... ... Binghamton, N. Y.......... 6& 92 Phelps & Sanger........................................... Cleveland, Ohio............... “ 120 W. A. Dobinson & Co.................................... Buffalo, N. Y.................. “ 196 Wm. P. Kellogg & Co.................................... Troy, N. Y..................... 66 98 Scientific Books.

D. Wan Nostrand ...New York See Page 258 - Scrapers.

Skinner & Gifford Manufacturing Co............... Dunkirk, N. Y............ ...See Page 140

. Scrap iron. Atwater, Wheeler & Co New Haven, Conn .......... See Page 10 Chas. W. Matthews...... Philadelphia, Pa..... ...... 66 38 - ... - . . Screw Bolts,

Lock Nut & Bolt Co. of New York..................New York See Page 272 Providence Tool Co; H. B. Newhall, Agent..... 6& “. ..................... $é 166

TO JOIN THE END OF BAND SAWS.
Furnished by J. T. do R. H. Plass, New York.

File the ends of the band on opposite sides, to form two wedged-shaped ends, having a lap of say 34 inch long, which, when laid with their beveled and filed sides together shall form a good joint of the same thickness as blade. Now clamp the ends on a piece of board, with the back of the blade toward you, with the lap brought fair together, and see that the back of the blade is straight. Cut a piece of “silver solder,” large enough to cover the lap, lay it between the lapped portion with a little pulverized “borax.” Now, having a piece cut out of your board, say three inches wide, directly under your lap, heat your soldering tongs to a bright “cherry red,” and hold them pinched firmly on the lap until the solder flows freely from under the joint, then cool off the tongs and soldered portion of saw by pouring water upon the same, without relieving the pressure, until nearly cold. Try a file on both sides of the blade, and should it be harder than the other part of the blade, reheat your tongs a little, and draw the temper by pressing the tongs upon the hard portion of blade till partially heated, but not upon the lap, as it will weaken your joint. File off the solder and joint to the same thickness as other parts, and the

soldering of your band is completed.

CEMENT FOR LEATHER BELTING.

Take of common glue and American isinglass, equal parts: place them in a boiler

and add water sufficient to cover the whole. Let it soak 10 hours, then bring it to a boiling heat, and add pure tannin until the whole becomes ropey or appears like the white of eggs. Apply it warm. Buff the grain off the leather where it is to be cemented; rub the joint surfaces solidly together, let it dry a few hours, and it is ready for practical use; and, if properly put together, it will not need riveting, as the cement is nearly of the same nature as the leather itself.

C. B. ROGERS & CO.

MANUFACTURERE OF THE

INACOST IN/CEFEROTV"IEDID

WNWOHN MACHINER,

Car Builders, Cabinet Makers, Sash and Blind Work,

* * * * * * * * * * * *

Manufactory, Norwich, Conn.

WALTER R. WOOD & C0.

MANUFACTURERs and IMPORTERS OF

Nos. 283 & 285 FRONT STREET, (Established 1840.) N E W Y O R K.

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SCYTHE STONES, FAMILY GRINDSTONES, &c. - AT OUR NEW YORK YARD,

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Screw Plates.

Champlin & Rogers.......................................Chicago, III & 8 o' o 'o $ to o so e o 'o e o os o e o & 8 See Page 192 o , Screws.

Geo. Worthington & Co Cleveland, Ohio............... See Page 100

Pratt & Co.................................................... Buffalo, N. Y.................. “ 132

See also, Hordware.
Seal Presses.

Mathiesen & Schrader.................................... New York...................... See Page 82
Self Feeding Hand and Power Drills.
Biddle Manufacturing Co............ New York........... to o o so e o & to $ to $ See Page 12
- - Set Screws.

Champlin & Rogers....................................... Chicago, Ill.................... See Page 192
The Worcester Machine Screw Co.; H. B.

Newhall, Agent.................. 3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -New York...................... {{ 166 Wm. H. Haskell & Co.; H. B. Newhall, Agent “ “ ..................... $6 166

Shafting. Atwater, Wheeler & Co................................. New Haven, Conn....... ... See Page 10 Bolen, Crane & Co o Newark, N. J.................. Gé 62 Buffalo Machinery Agency........................... . Buffalo, N. Y.................. {{ 160 Erie City Iron Works.................................... Erie, Pa........................ { % 170 Geo. W. Cresson............................................. Philadelphia, Pa............. {{ 138 Isaac H. Shearman....................................... {{ “ ............ {{ 80 Jno. A. Griswold & Co........................ Troy, N. Y..................... {{ 50 Jones & Laughlins........................................ Pittsburgh, Pa................ {{ 32 J. S. Mundy.................................................. Newark, N. J.................. {{ 266 Pittsburgh Forge & Iron Co........................... Pittsburgh, Pa.............. © $$ 174 R. L. Howard & Son....................................... Buffalo, N. Y.................. {{ 40 Reese, Graff & Woods.................................... Pittsburgh, Pa................ {{ 68 Shaping Machines.

Isaac H. Shearman......... Philadelphia, Pa............. See Page 80 The Pratt & Whitney Co................................ Hartford, Conn............... £6 142 Wm. B. Bement & Son................................... Philadelphia, Pa.............. {{ 168 Wm. Sellers & Co.......................................... {{ “ ............ {{ 64

RULES FOR CALCUI, ATING THE SPEED OF DRUMS AND PULLEYS.
(Furnished by Jas. S. Nason.)

PROBLEM No. I.-The diameter of the driven being given, to find its number of revolutions. . Rule—Multiply the diameter of the driver by number of its revolutions, and divide the product by the diameter of the driven, the quotient will be the number of revolutions of the driven. PROBLEM No. II.-The diameter and revolutions of the driver being given, to find the diameter of the driven that shall make any given number of revolutions in the same time. Rule—Multiply the diameter of the driver by its number of revolutions, and divide the product by the number of revolutions of the driven; the quotient will be its diameter. PROBLEM No. III.--To ascertain the size of the driver. Rule—Multiply the diameter of the driven by the number of revolutions you wish it to make, and divide the product by the revolutions of the driver; the quotient will be the diameter of the driver.

WEIGHT OF GRINDSTONES.

RULE: Square the diameter (in inches), multiply by thickness (in inches), then multiply by decimal .06363. Example: Find the weight of a stone 4 feet 6 inches diameter and

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plied by .06363=Ans., 1298.815 lbs., which is weight of stone.

ATLANTIG STEEL WORKS,

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF

CAST STEEL.

CAST TOOL STEEL,
CAST MACHINERY STEEL,
CAST SPRING STEEL,
RAIL ROAD FORGINGS,
CAST STEEL CROW BARS, &c.

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