Cincinnati Milling Machine Manual
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I have a Cincinnati 2MH horizontal milling machine and would like to find an operators and a parts/service manual for this machine. I have found some on Ebay and other sights for $75 for reprints and $100 on up for originals.:eek: Ultimately I will probably pay up but I was hoping to find some copies for less!
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The Plant in which Cincinnati Millers are Made The milling machine business of the Cincinnati Screw & Tap Co. Was formed into Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. In 1889 by Fred Holz, who subsequently sold out to Frederick A. Geier in 1905. The business was successful. In the mid-1920s they acquired the patents for centerless grinding and then worked with the Timken Company to perfect the technology. The resulting machinery allows Timken to produce automotive bearings that were both lower cost and higher precision than their predecessors.
Geier died in 1934, and although Geier's son, Frederick V. Geier, was felt by some to be too young, he took charge and ran the company for the next quarter century. The younger Geier had a college education, considerable experience as a machinist, and had served in the military during World War I when he fixed production problems with 75 mm cannon. During a trip to Germany in the early 1930s Geier realized that another war was inevitable and upon his return he aggressively expanded his company's production capabilities (by 1939 they were the largest in the US), and when he realized that the then-future Allies would not be able to machine the barrels of big naval guns, he tooled up his factory to do just that.
Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. The Vintage Machinery Photo Index is a place where members of this site. Manuals and any other literature that is. 25 rows Please remember that safety standards have changed over the years and. 2006 Kawasaki Ninja 250 Owners Manual. However, to quickly identify the various ages (and to ensure the correct operation and service manuals are ordered). Cincinnati Dial Type Milling Machines. 85 rows Please remember that safety standards have changed over the years and information in old manuals as well as the old machines themselves may not meet modern standards. It is up to the individual user to use good judgment and to safely operate old machinery.
During the Second World War, all of the country's largest guns were machined by Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. In 1970, having diversified beyond milling machines, the name was changed to Cincinnati Milacron. In 1974 they acquired for their line of grinding machinery. Now known simply as Milacron LLC, the company now specializes in machinery for the plastics industry. Information Sources • Advertisement in the April 1950 School Shop. • A Treatise on Milling & Milling Machines Cincinnati Milling Machine Co.
1916, has the following paragraph on this firm. This illustration [above] is made from a scale drawing and shows the plant as it actually is today. The machine shop building is 810 feet long; combined length of all the buildings 1300 feet. The three-story front is 380 feet wide. The entire plant, exclusive of the power plant, has eight acres (350,000 square feet) of floor space. It is the largest plant in the world devoted exclusively to the manufacture of milling machines and milling cutter grinders. • The January 1994 issue of Cincinnati Magazine has an excellent.
Zze123 Owners Manual there. • American Milling Machine Builders: 1820-1920 by Kenneth L. Cope, 2007, pages 64-69. PLEASE NOTE: VintageMachinery.org was founded as a public service to amateur and professional woodworkers who enjoy using and/or restoring vintage machinery. Our purpose is to provide information about vintage machinery that is generally difficult to locate. VintageMachinery.org does not provide support or parts for any machines on this site nor do we represent any manufacturer listed on this site in any way. Catalogs, manuals and any other literature that is available on this site is made available for a historical record only. Please remember that safety standards have changed over the years and information in old manuals as well as the old machines themselves may not meet modern standards.
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