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What I Found at the HFM in Antique Machine Tools.
1850's-1920's. .

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This Victorian Pin-striped Machine is in the Museum Today as it was in the 1850s to 1870s.
This is the Machine on which Kids can learn to make a brass candlestick pre covid that is,,,,. No where else.

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The Boring Mill Today or one similar fron 1910.

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A photo (about 1890s Boring Mill) from from the Henry Ford Museum.
Armington & Sims Engine Co. at Its Original Site, Providence, Rhode Island, 1889-1929.
Inside the Armington & Sims Engine Company machine shop, a system of shafts and pulleys distributed mechanical rotation to long lineshafting and them to indivual machines and then to rows of metal working machine tools. The machinists who worked in shops and on boring mills like this could tackle a wide range of flat areas and holes on jobs. America's nineteenth century machine shops were a training ground for many technological innovators. .

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A photo (about 1929--A Shop View before its destruction) from the Henry Ford Museum.
Armington & Sims Engine Co. at Its Original Site, Providence, Rhode Island, 1889-1929.
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