Metal Industry Volume 7

Metal Industry Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ... early Fall. The International Spring Wheel Company of Cleveland has been incorporated under the laws of Ohio for $25,000. H. L. Olmstead is the chief incorporator. A. J. Weatherhead, vice-president of the Cleveland Faucet Company, didn't yell when a pickpocket stole his purse with $150 in it while he was standing on the public square. Mr. Weatherhead gave chase and captured the thief and handed him over to the police. Weatherhead recovered his wallet from a waste paper box on the corner into which he saw the man throw it. A Cleveland firm has offered to mend the cracked Liberty Bell. John Harris, who has a laboratory, has invented an oxygen acetylene flame which he had sold to the Braze-Weld Company, Academy street, this city. The flame, it is claimed, will weld the crack close in a very few minutes. It is so hot that it melts platinum almost instantly at 3,270 degrees, steel at 2,750, cast iron at 2,400 and copper at 2,300 degrees. The flame would be applied to the crack inside, melting and fusing the metal. The crevice would then be filled in with metal. The same company has offered to use the flame to cut away the mass of twisted steel girders in the wrecked bridge over the St. Lawrence River at Quebec which collapsed some months ago. This mass, weighing thousands of tons, still hangs from the bridge abuttments. A recent test made of the flame was when it was used to mend the arm of the Brown hoist radial drill, the largest in the world. The arm is a bar of steel seven feet six inches long. The break was mended in five hours so that it is now as strong as before and it is only 3/128 of an inch out of true.--S. Mc. Cleveland, Ohio, June 7, 1909. DETROIT, MICH. June 7, 1909. Detroit is unquestionably the largest brass center in the more

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  • Paperback | 506 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 26mm | 894g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123650268X
  • 9781236502681