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Tabulating Machine
Tabulating Machine. The _hollerith, Electric Tabulating System May Be Con Sidered The Mechanical Equivalent Of The Method Of Compiling Statistics By Nwfiting On Slips Or Cards The Various Items Regarding The Units To Be Compiled, One Such Written Card Repre Eating Is Single Writ, As. For Example, In The Case ...

Telegraph I Ocean
Telegraph. I. Ocean Telegraphy.妖uring The Last Few Years Few Radical Innova Tions In Ocean Telegraphy Have Been Suggested, While Practically None Of Fundamental Im Portance Have Been Introduced. There Has, However, Been Marked Improvement In Details, And Many Valuable Refinements Have Added To The Speed And Accuracy Of Working. A ...

Tenoning
Tenoning Fay Shown In Fig. 6, Is For Completing The Tenon On Large Tim Bers For Car Work Without Reversal; And It Will Cu T Single, Double, Or Triple Ten Ons On Both Ends Of Long Timber From One Face Without Turning It End For End. This Is Done By ...

The Tricycle
The Tricycle, As Its Name Implies, Is A Three-wheeled Machine, Each One Of Which Wheels Must Be Free To Move In Its Own Direction, Independent Of The United Action Of The Other Two. For Running In A Straight Line, All Three Wheels Must Be Parallel ; While For Running Round ...

Threshing Machines
Threshing Machines. Threshers (colloquially "separators," Because Of The Added Duty Of Removing Straw, Chaff, And, To A Great Extent, Grass Seeds, Weed Seeds, And Kernels Of Grain Different In Kind From The Crop Threshed) Have Remained For Many Years Unchanged In Main Principles, But Have Far Greater Capacity And Efficiency ...

Torpedoes
Torpedoes. An Examination Of The Details Of Vessels Designed, Built, And Building In All The Countries Making Any Attempt To Progress In This Art, Discloses The Application Of Torpedoes To Vessels Of All Classes And Dimensions, From The Smallest Second-class Torpedo Boat To The Monstrous Armored Battle-ship. In Addition To ...

Transmission Of Power
Power, Transmission Of, Hydraulic. For Mechanical Transmission Of Power, See Belts. For Transmission By Compressed Air, See Air Compressors. See, Also, Niagara, Utilization Of.) Dr. Pacinotti, In June, Dm, Mentioned The Fact That His " Electro-magnetic Machine" Could Be Used Either To Generate Electricity On The Application Of Motive Power ...

Typesetting Machines
Typesetting 'machines. Of The Various Styles Of Machines For Setting And For Distributing Type, Several Have Proven Of Considerable Value In The Printing Of Magazines, Weekly Papers. And Books, But Until Quite Recently No Apparatus Has Been Found Equal To The Special Requirements Of Large Newspaper Offices. A Machine, Combining ...

Uniyolar
Uniyolar Dynamos.葉hese Machines Are Constructed So That The Conductor In Which The Currents Are Generated (armature) Effects A Continuous Increase In The Number Of Magnetic Lines Cut, By Arranging One Part Of The Con Ductor To Slide On Or Around The Magnet. Sturgeon's Wheel And Faraday's Disk Are Types Of ...

V Printing
V. Printing Teleos.arns, The Essick Ling Telegraph.葉his Is The Invention Of 31r, S. V. Essiek, Of New York, And Is Being Operated By The Essiek Printing Telegraph - Instead Of Employing The Tape Heretofore Used A Paper Roll Is Employed Having A Width Of 4 In., Upon Which The Letters ...

Various Forms Of Molding
Various Forms Of Molding Maceine.葉he Prgibil Serpentine Nader, Ehow11 In Fig. 4, Is Adapted To A Wide Range Of Work, But Is Especially Fitted For Making Such Moldings As Extend Around The Backs And Ends Of Sofas. There Is A Horizontal Spindle. Bearing Lly-cutters At Each End, Those On One ...

Vending Machines
Vending Machines. These Are More Commonly Known In The United States As " Nickel-in-the-slot " Machines葉he Name Arising From The Fact That In The Earlier Appa Ratus First Put. Into Public Use A Five-cent Nickel Piece Was Required To Operate Them. They Are All Constructed So On The Insertion Of ...

Veneer Cutting
Veneer Cutting Is Done In Three Ways; First, By Saws, Which, Of Course, Waste In Kerf A Very Large Proportion Of The Stock, The Greater Proportion Being In The Case Of Those Woods Which, By Reason Of Their Costliness, Are Made Into The Finest Veneers ; Second, By Knives Which ...

Vertical Spindle 31illing M
Vertical Spindle 31illing-m Arm:ms.-31m Ing-machines With Vertical Spindles And Travers Ing Or Rotating Tables For Holding The Work Have Come Largely Into Use Within The Past Few Years. They Offer Many Advantages In The Range Of Work Of Which They Are Capable, And In The Con Venience And Solidity With ...

Vi Train Telegraphy
Vi. Train Telegraphy. Phelps Induction Train Telegraph.葉he Principle Upon Which The Train Telegraph System Of Jlr. Lucius J. Phelps Is Based Is That Of Induction According To The Law That If A Current He Sent Through One Of Two Parallel Wires In Close Proximity To Each Other. The Second Wire ...

Watches And Clocks
Watches And Clocks. Watca Making By Mactunerv.葉he Process Now Generally Followed In Making A Modern Watch Is As Follows : The Plates, Which Are The Foundation Of The Watch, Are Cut Out By Punches And Dies, Made Specially For Each Design. In The Main Punch There Are A Number Of ...

Water Meters
Water :meters. The Thomson Wetter Meter Is Shown In Fig. 1. The Displacing Or Measuring Member Consists Of A Fiat Disk, Having A Ball-and-socket Bearing, And Is Adapted To Oscillate In A Chamber, Comprised Of Two Sections Joined Together, In Which Each Of The Inside Faces Approximates The Frustum Of ...

Water Towers
Water - Towers Arc Pipes Mounted On Trucks, Which Can He Elevated When In Proximity To Il 'aiming Building So As To Throw Powerful Streams Of Water From Their Upper Ends Directly Upon The Root' Or Into The Windows. The Hales Iv Filer- Tenme, In Pig. ;t, Consists Of A ...

Water Tube
Water-tube Boilers.葉he Ileine Water-tube Boiler (fig. 9).葉he Distinguishing. Features Of The Ileine Boiler As Compared To Other Water-tube Boilers Are Briefly These : 1. It Is An Entirely Riveted Construction, With No Bolted Joints To Work Loose. 2. While It Has The Same Principle Of Action As Other Water-tube Boilers, ...

Water Wheels
Water Wheels. The Old "outward Flow" And "inward Flow" Turbines Have Practically Given Place To The " Inward And Downward Flow," As Outlined By The Swain Wheel (see Appleton's Cycloprdia Of Applied Alecuanugs); But The Change From That Wheel To Those Of Less Diameter, With Deeper Buckets, Of Longer Curve, ...

Wheel Making Machines
Wheel-making Machines. The Manufacture Of Wheels Has Received A Great Impulse In America By Reason Of The Superiority Of Our Native Woods, And The Severe Demands Made Upon Wheeled Vehicles By Our Poor Roads ; And In This Line Of Manufacture Our Machine Designers And Builders Have Nobly Met The ...

Wire Rope Machines
Wire-rope Machines. 様ang' 8 Laid The Construction Of Roping Known As "the Lang Lay," The Wires Forming The Strands, And The Strands Comprising The Rope, Are All Laid In The Same Direction. Upon Comparing The Two Illustrations, Figs. 10 And 11, The Difference Between An Ordinary Rope And One Accord ...

Wire Straightening
Wire Straightening. The Ordinary Method Of Straightening Wire Is By Means Of Rolls, Between Which The Wire Is Drawn, And Which Are Adjusted By Means Of Thumb Screws To Bear Heavily Upon The Bends, Another Device Is Known As A Rotary Straightener, In Which There Are Three Pairs Of Dies, ...

Wood Boring Machines
Boring-machines, Wood. From The Primitive Auger To The High-speed Multiple Gong Boring-machine Of The Present Day Is It Far Cry ; Each Year Sees More Advance Either In The Speed Of Work. In The Quality Of The Work Done, Or In Its Range Of Dimensions And Position, Etc., Until The ...

The Torsion Balance
Balance, The Torsion. The First Successful Attempt To Make An Even Balance Or Other Weighing Machine With Beams Oscillating On Pivots, Which Should Dispense With Knife Edges, And Thereby Avoid Their Well-known Defects Of Liability To Damage By Wear, Rust, And Overloading, Was Made By Frederick A. Roeder And Alfred ...

The Utilization Of Niagara
Niagara, The Utilization Of, Few Persons Can Have Seen Niagara Falls With Out Reflecting On The Enormous Energy Which Is There Continuously Expended. No One Con Versant With The National Importance And Commercial Value Of Supplies Of Motive Power Can Have Passed The Falls Without Some Feeling Of Regret That ...