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J. A. KEIS ER. CABINET SGRAPER.
No.,305,603. Patentd Sept. 23, 1884.
JOHN A. KEISER, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CABINET- SC RAPER.
iSPIZfiGII-IGATION forming part ofLetters Patent No. 305,603, dated September 23, 1884.
Application filed June 30, 1884. (No model.)
To all whom it may concern: 7
Be it known that BJORN A. KEIsEIaa citizen of the United States,and resident of Cincinnati, in the countyof Hamilton and State of Ohio,have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Cabinet-Scrapers, of which the following is a specification, reference being had to the accompanying drawings forming a part hereof.
My invention relates to an improved cabinet-scra 'ier.
Figure 1 is a top plan view of my-improve ment. Fig. 2 is a bottom plan View of the same; Fig. 3, a section on line mm, Fig. 1; Fig. 4, a perspective View of the pivoted clamp; Fig. 5, a section on line a 2, 'Fig. 1.
A A represent the handle of the scraper. The stock of the tool is composed of the following parts.
B b represent the face of the scraper; C, a slot separating the faces in which the cutter is set.
' D represents a ledge, against which the out ter 0 is clamped. This ledge is rigidly attached to the-face B, the parts forming an L, as shown in Fig. 3. B represents the ends of the stock, from which the handles A A spring,
' as shown in Figs. 1 and 2.
E 0 represent arms forming a part of the end plates of the stock F, for firmly holding face b rigidly in a plane parallel with face B.
G represents a pivotal clamp for clamping the knife 0 against the ledge D. This clamp is suspended on pivots a to the end plates of the stock F, passing through ears (I of the clamp G.
H represents a lever arm extending upward a considerable distance above the pivots of cars d.
I represents a set-screw tapping through the arms H, the point of which bears against the ledge D and forces the lower edge of clamp G against the cutter c at its lower end, and
firmly clamps it against D.
This tool is very cheap, strong, and efficient. The cutter 0 works clear" to the ends of face B b, and is a decided improvement over 'the tool shown in Letters Patent granted strengthened by arms forming part of the ends of the stock; nor do I claim, broadly, a cutting-bit attached to an oscillating plate adjustable by a thumb-screw and spring: nor a spokeshave having a bearingsurl'ace in front of the cutter applied by a lever having an adjusting-screw for regulating the width of the mouth, the thickness of its cut, or the shaving; and I do not broadly claim the bearing surface of a stock provided with a ledge or flange serving as a bearing for the cutting-bit.
I claim- 1. A cabinet-shave consisting of the stock F, rigid faces B b, separated by slot 0, the part b being braced by arms E e, forming part of the end plates of the stock, ledge D, and cutter c, clamped against the ledge, substantially as described.
2. A cabinet-shave consisting of the stock F, rigid faces B b, separated by slot 0, ledge D, and clamp G, pivoted to stock F, and adapted to clamp acutter, 0, against theledge D, substantially as and for the purpose described.
MILTON DASHIELL, SAML. E. HILLES.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my