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 - THE HAMILTON DAILY NEWS. Two Hamilton Concerns...
THE HAMILTON DAILY NEWS. Two Hamilton Concerns Show Machine Tools At Cleveland Expo. m. Saturday 0 p. m. TO. H. Club do- Among the exhibits shown in the National Machine Toul Builders' Exposition, being held in Cleveland, Ohio, this week are machines b'lilt by the.Niles Tool Works and The Columbia Machine 1',»1 Co. of Hamilton. Ten thousand (10,000) visitors are anticipated, representing executive, engineers, shop foremen nnd designers, and buildrs of machinery. Cities in Europe, South an Central America, Canada and Asia are home addresses given by the delegates. The displays overflowing from the main exhibition hall into, a specially constructed building represent'"every phase of America's gigantic production capacity. Puring the Exposition, sessions of The National Machine Tool Congress are being held In which members, of such groups are participcting as the Society of Automotive Engineers, Foundry Equipment Manufacturers' Assodilion, and the Association of Manufacturers of Wood Working Machinery. The Screw Machine products Association is holding a national meeting of its membership in Cleveknd also at this time. Approximately $1,000,000 worth of machinery is on display, most of it in operation. In weight it represents roughly 300 freight carloads of shipments to the Public Auditorium. The Exposition covers two and one-half acres. Btepflays include machines ranging from giant pinners weighing fifty tons down to instruments which measure light waves of one two millionth of an inch. There are 563 different tools and accessories on display "or 'being demonstrated which includes a grinding spindle nnd wheel capable of grinding internally a hole 1-11! of an inch diameter. The wheel reaches 65,000 revolutions per minute to attain sufficient peripheral speed. Another interesting exhibit is an internal grinder taking work up to 48 inches in diameter which will grind a hole fifteen inches deep and 32 1-2 inches in diameter, the machine, being sufficiently massive to handle pieces uy to a weight of 2,000 Ibs. Two special features of the show Ere a section of a belt shop which has been brought btxu'ly to the Exposi- machines, tapping, hends, broaching machines and tools, air cylinders, vises, valves, lubricators, topping eoUets, lapping . machines, meij^.r- ing instruments, bearings, flanges, punch and shear machines, nud hydraulic presses of new design. Another manufacturer shows a grinding machine . w i t h a device compensating for wear on the grinding wheel surfaces and insur- ng proper peripheral speed at all times. Tho committee managing tho exposition comprises J. Wallace Carrel, vice president, The Lodge Shipley Machine Tool Co., of Cincinnati, Chairman; 0. B. lies, president, In lei-national Machine Tool Co., of Indianapolis; P. E. 'Bliss vice president, The Warner Swesey Co., Cleveland; H. W. Dunbar, assistant general sales manager, Norton Co., of Worcester; F,. J. Ksarnsey, secretary, Kearney Trecker Corp., of Milwaukee. Ernest F. DuBrul, of Cincinnati, is General Manager of the Association, Roberts Everett, New. York City, Exposition Manager afternoon of the very association arc and Edward D. Sabin, Publicity Director. Cleveland, EAST HAMILTON Mrs. Elbe Wells and son, Donald were the guests of Mr. Dud Mrs. Clarence Kelly, Thurday. Mrs. Joo Trcw and son of West Side spent Thursday with, Mr. and Mrs. George Dieteker. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rinftarsot' an* laughter, and Mrs. Al Wetta have returned from n delightful motor trip to Niagara FaVis, Buffalo, C.u:ada, and through Michigan. Mrs. Eva Benjamin, has returnee to her home in Qaldwell, Kansas, a visit of several weeks with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Est ridge. Mrs. Estridge's many friend, will he glad to know she is getting along very nicely. Mrs. J. P. Rieg'ler and her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Will liieg- Icr of Dayton, left Thursday by motor for a trip to Illinois to visit re'atVes. Mrs. Jack Durham and son, Rich- nixl, of West Side- were the dinner tion. and a new lubrication for op f;uesls of her mother, Mrs. Ida erating tools by which all'bearings'well. Thursday. are simultaneously reached by a| Mrs. Ella Steinecker visited with single operation with a measured friends at Exccllo, Wednesday, amount of oil. There is also an Rulomnlic forming and threading machine which auto- , r r A G S XOT LEGIBLE; matically forms the points on bolts AUTOIST AHRESTED and threads them. William Gray, 18, of 1211 Vander Exhibits include boring and drill- vcpr avenue, will be arraigned in ing machines, .grinders of every con- traffic court Monday night to ceivable type, milling m.-ichineK, j charges of operating an automobile screw threading machines, cutters, j w ith defaced license Ings. End hobs, latbes, sbapers, internal! f, ra y Wa3 arrested rear l.he canal micrometers, gear generntors, r e a m - 1 bridge on Hcaton street ers, combination boring, drilling and by Police Chief O. E. Ko'odzik, milling machines, chucking machines, Captain Byron Furginson. Officer-* balancing machines, gapes of i every say the license tags were fo descrintion. pip tools, flexible shaft t h e y are not legible.

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  1. The Journal News,
  2. 19 Sep 1927, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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