Cool Machining Engineering pictures

A few good machining engineering images I discovered:

Image from page 340 of “Engineering and Contracting” (1909)
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Identifier: engineeringcontr33chicuoft
Title: Engineering and Contracting
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Publisher: Chicago
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
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er, Wyo. T. E. Calvert,Chicago, 111., is chief engineer. 200 ENGINEERING-CONTRACTING Vol. XXXIII. No. q. A New Jaw Crusher Made Particu-larly for Contractors Use. .A. crusher for contractors use has to ful-fill distinct specifications than are intendedfor general quarry use. A contractorscrusher should be of large output, remarkablylight in weight, convenient to deal with and aboveall really durable. Certain focus hasbeen paid to these qualities in designing thecrusher illustrated in the accompanying cut.A notable function of this machine is its prac- Approach of Generating a Steam Shovel Cutof Two Lifts in 1 Lift. BY H. MORTON STEPHENS.* During September, 1909. the E. Purcell Con-struction Co., secured from the Winston-Salem South Bound Ry. Co., a contract forthe building of part of tJie above railroad,embracing sections 22 to 30 inclusive. Section22 is positioned in the town of Lexington, N. C,on the Southern Ry. The balance of the workruns south by way of a rolling country, and with

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A New Jaw Crusher for Contractors. tically all-steel construction. The major frameor side plates are of rolled steel plates. Thelarge casting that forms the front of themachine, which part is termed the stationaryjaw, is of grey iron. The moving or swingingjaw is a steel casting. The tumbler or largelever casting is also of steel. The fly wheelsand pedestals are of grey iron. The maincam shaft and the anti-friction roller are steelforgings. The anti-friction roller revolvesin boxes produced of unique bronze material. Allshafts from which castings are suspended areof steel. The cheek plates are of unique har-dened steel, although the toggle seats are alsomade of unique steel. This steel construction makes the machineof tremendous strength in comparison withits size. The feeding mouth is reduce, in fact,than in other crushers of equal size. Thismeans that a huge saving is effected in deliv-ering stone into the crusher. The crusherwill turn out from 150 to 200 tons of crushedmaterial per day

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Image from web page 490 of “Railway and locomotive engineering : a sensible journal of railway motive power and rolling stock” (1901)
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Identifier: railwaylocomotiv19newy
Title: Railway and locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive energy and rolling stock
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Subjects: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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ops, as a result loses a gooddeal of its mobility. The two motortrucks o.f our locomotive are truebogies, totally free to assume all|)ositions on the track. Its boiler rests1111 a frame produced of a beamiif which tlie ends are enlarged Exhibits, Traveling EngineersConvention. American Locomotive Equipment Co.,Chicago, showed a chart of test of thehollow arch compared with the solidarch and no arch. S. F. Bowser &amp Co., Inc., Fort Wayne,Ind., distributed circulars showingBowser oil storage method as utilised at lo-comotive stations. Century Preserver Co. distributed,by way of their sales agent, W. A. Ahrens,Chicago, some literature concerningtheir black metal preserver for coveringIhe exposed surfaces of metal. The Chicago Pneumatic Tool Com-pany have just issued their new Com-pressor catalogue consisting of 118p?ges, printed in two colors. Severalnew sorts and sizes of Compressors areshown in this catalogue including theirItw Hamilton Corliss Machines. Thoseinterested will obtain copy upon re-

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TANK ENGINE FOR THE CHEMIN DE FER DU NORD, FRANCE. ins. The diameter of the boiler is 51ins. There are 130 tubes every about 15ft. 7 ins. long and there is a total heat-ing surface of tubes and fire box of2,361 sq. ft. The pressure carried is228 lbs. to the square inch. Steam fromthe boiler goes to the cylinders andthrough them to the smoke box throughthe steam pipe which runs from thedome down to a swivel joint placed overthe kingpin of the truck with its axisin line with the kingpin. From the highpressure cylinders it goes to the lowpressure cylinders via a length offlexible pipe. The exhaust is led to thesmoke box by way of one more swivel jointin the center of the truck carrying thelow pressure cylinder. An arrangementis created whereby both the high and thelow stress cylinders may be suppliedwith high pressure steam when neces-sary, in starting or on grades. In thiscase the engine operates as a basic and offered with signifies for at-taching the elastic springs. Thisarrangement, com

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Royal Engineers total construction of Afghan Nearby Police station in Helmand capital
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Highlander Mark Mackenzie, 4th Battalion, The Highlanders, Royal Regiment of Scotland, and a native of Stoneaway, Scotland, completes a final check of a .50-caliber mounted machine gun ahead of delivering security for 59 Commando Squadron, Royal Engineers, as they travel to construct an Afghan Neighborhood Police station in Lashkar Gah District, Helmand province, July 24. The Engineers constructed the station for the Afghan Nearby Police, a local safety force produced up of hand-picked people from the neighborhood.
Regional Command Southwest
Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jonathan Chandler
Date Taken:07.24.2011
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