Roebling 1843 wire rope

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Roebling 1843 wire rope - Mode of Making Wire Rope. A late number of the...
Mode of Making Wire Rope. A late number of the Railroad Journal contains a paper paper from John A. Roebling, an American manufacturer manufacturer of wire ropes for inclined planes, standing rigging,mines,tillers, Sic. The writer proposes a new plan of forming the rope, by laying the wires spirally iound a common axis, without twisting the fibres ; and he believes that the standing rigging of ships, and the larger ropes at railroad planes, should be of wire, and, indeed, that in all places where there is exposure, and where great strength is required, required, wire ropes are preferable. Something New. Willis, in one of his letters letters to the National

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle24 Nov 1843, FriPage 2

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)24 Nov 1843, FriPage 2
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