Nice Machining China Suppliers photos

A few nice machining suppliers images I found:

Image from page 35 of “1919 illustrated and descriptive catalog of Whitin cotton waste machinery” (1919)

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Title: 1919 illustrated and descriptive catalog of Whitin cotton waste machinery
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Whitin Machine China Works (Whitinsville, Mass.)
Subjects: Cotton machinery
Publisher: Whitinsville, MA : Whitin Machine China Works

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or without metallic breasts; always with a fancy. If a doubleris used between breaker and finisher cards, the breaker is equippedwith a two, four or six-coiler front or with belt conveyor front andone coiler. When a cross-feed is used, the sliver is taken directlyfrom the breaker card and laid either straight or diagonally acrossthe back of the finisher. Production: 200 to 400 pounds per day of 10 hours. Speed of Cylinder: 100 to 165 r. p. m., depending on theclass of stock used. Size of Driving Pulleys: 20 x 3, 24 x 4, or 30 x 5. Power: From \ h. p. to 3 h. p., depending on speed andproduction desired. Page 30 Clothing: Depending on class of work and grade of stock tobe run. Counts of wire and foundations to suit. Supplies: Roving Cans. Extras: Supplier as ordered.Automatic Feed,Double Lap Back,Metallic Breast,Belt Shipper. Floor Space: 48 card, 9 1 long, 7 7 wide. Weights, 48 Card. Domestic: Export: Gross, 9500 pounds, Gross, 10000 pounds, Net, 8200 pounds. Cubic feet, 500. Page 31

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FINISHER FULL ROLLER CARD The Finisher Cards are of the full roller type, similar in con-struction to the breaker card with 50 Diameter Cylinder in widthsof 40, 45, 48, 51 and 61. The arches and bearings are so con-structed that very accurate settings can be made and retained. Allrolls have shell ends. Metallic breasts can be applied to the finishercards when desired, or when the class of stock requires them; andall finisher cards are equipped with a fancy roll. Where DerbyDoublers are used, the finisher cards are built with either single ordouble lap backs, and the lap is taken directly from the lap head tothe back of the finisher card. When the doubler is omitted, a cross-feed is used, the cards being connected either tandem or parallel.The finisher card is built with either a single or double doffer. Witha single doffer, the roving is delivered to a single-bank condenser, orto a four-bank tape condenser. Where the double doffer is used,the roving is delivered to a double-bank conde

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My ’56 GMC project never done: after photo of my refinished instrument panel inserts

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’55-’59 GMC DASH / INSTRUMENT PANEL INSERTS.
I hope this helps. Sometimes being a GMC owner you feel like the red headed step child. You always seem to run across an item Chevy truck suppliers can’t help you with, like GMC emblems, Horn buttons grills, hoods, tail gates, bumper breast/nipples, hub caps, complete dash board, radiator support frame, brackets, and what-nots. I didn’t like my GMC dash/gauge panel coz when I took it to the chrome shop years ago they never straightened it out. I looked all over the net and couldn’t find the original ones. There are new billet ones out there but they are one piece. Fortunately I went to this guy that has done chrome work for me in the pass and he had a guy that fixed mine and my chrome guy rechromed and it looks brand spanking new. If you want to check out the one piece go here. If you have an old one that is beyond help maybe you can use it as a template and have a machine shop plasma cut a new one or water jet or laser/ whatever.

Boese Engineering China

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My ’56 GMC project never done: before photo of my dinged up instrument panel inserts

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’55-’59 GMC DASH / INSTRUMENT PANEL INSERTS.
I hope this helps. Sometimes being a GMC owner you feel like the red headed step child. You always seem to run across an item Chevy truck suppliers can’t help you with, like GMC emblems, Horn buttons grills, hoods, tail gates, bumper breast/nipples, hub caps, complete dash board, radiator support frame, brackets, and what-nots. I didn’t like my GMC dash/gauge panel coz when I took it to the chrome shop years ago they never straightened it out. I looked all over the net and couldn’t find the original ones. There are new billet ones out there but they are one piece. Fortunately I went to this guy that has done chrome work for me in the pass and he had a guy that fixed mine and my chrome guy rechromed and it looks brand spanking new. If you want to check out the one piece go here. If you have an old one that is beyond help maybe you can use it as a template and have a machine shop plasma cut a new one or water jet or laser/ whatever.

Boese Engineering China

stores.ebay.com/Boese-Engineering

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