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Moseley-Webster Staff Turning Lathe "Click" to Login or Register 
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This is one of the oldest forms of lathes used in the Waltham factory.On the left hand side of the machine there is a combination of levers designed to provide for turnings of various lengths without necessitating a change of feed cams. It is the understanding of E.A. Marsh that the combination levers were designed by Mr Ambrose Webster, while the invention of the lathe should be credited to Mr Charles S. Mosley.

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Pinion cutting machine on Display at the CRMI

 
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