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The No. 1 Cincinnati Universal Cutter
and Tool Grinder
THIS machine is designe(l to sharpen \pith
accuracy and dispatch, all the various shapes and
styles of milling cutters, reamers, taps, hubs,
formed lathe tools, etc., which fi)rni the small tool
equipment of machine shops.
It is also well adapted for cylindrical, internal,
surface, and disk grinding on small machine parts,
the details of jigs and other tool room work.
For a more particular presentation of the kinds of
stork which can be and are actually groun in this
machine, reference is made to the following
pages.
Equipment
The equipment of the complete Universal L'titter
and Tool, _. Grinder comprises the Plain Grinder
outtit and the several '.tandard attachment'., as
follows :
Plain ( irinder, as detailed on page 15.
Cylindrical Grinding .\ttachment, detailed on page
17. Internal Grinding .\ttachment. detailed on page
16. Surface Grinding .Attachment, detailed on
page 19. Gear Cutter Grinding .\ttachnient, detailed
on page 1S. Face of Tooth Griti ling .\ttachments,
detailed on page 19.
Specifications
Lengthof table ............................        .........'.;inches
Horizontalrange ............        1 Transverse
movement ......
................        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .
.
Verticalmovement .................................5
Centerstake in length ................................16 Taper
hole in swivel head spindle, No. 7, B. & S.
Will grind ( using special attachment) face mills 12
incites dianteter. \\'ill grind cutters between
centers............ S
\\ Will grind saws ............................ 24
Internal grinding : holes ~-inch diameter and over,
and up to 3
inches deep.
Net weight, 660 pounds.
Shipping weight (domestic), 900 pounds. Shipping
weight (export), 950 pounds. Size case (export). 52
x 43 x 26 inche<. Contents case (export). 3? cubic
feet.
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Motor Drive Arrangement for No. 1 Grinder
1l11; re wire        a 1 I .-ll rseprnt"er 111 t(,r.         I 'r
0110 red ,. •:        .
armature liaft extended :t        inches limn over all,
and carsv is        ..
pulley un each end. The motor take,, the place of
the nl;lill crtc-"
shaft.        ( tnc pulley <iriv"c, down to the
machine. the (other lriv-c> tll_
drtii11 o,unterjhaft for cylindrical grinding.        .\
suitable stand Iv`
the rue tat is furni,lied as part of the equipment.
Since cutter <-rin~lers are usually placed in the
tool room. tot ~pace 1)% cr them i, not u~nally
traversed 1)v" traveling cranes, an,
vertical 1)clt        ire theref re pernlissil)le in it Slop
a ing an (:ther~vi~_
direct-connected motor drive e(juipment. In th,)<e
llnll> in tvhic, the ceilings (or trusses are to ) high
to conveniently mount counter-haft'. it is generally
feasible to, provide a suitable fralnew,)rk fr
supporting the grinder cottntershaft frnm a cnlunm
sir a side tw"af.
Illi; arrangement 1)crl11it: of the free use of all the
universal feature f the machine, mane of which
would he seriously handicapped if an effortt were
made to amount the motor directly- on the
machine itself

The No. 1 Cincinnati Universal Cutter
and Tool Grinder
THIS machine is designe(l to sharpen \pith accuracy and dispatch,
all the various shapes and styles of milling cutters, reamers, taps,
hubs, formed lathe tools, etc., which fi)rni the small tool equipment
of machine shops.
It is also well adapted for cylindrical, internal, surface, and disk
grinding on small machine parts, the details of jigs and other tool
room work.
For a more particular presentation of the kinds of stork which can
be and are actually groun(l nn this machine, reference is made to
the following pages.
Equipment
The equipment of the complete Universal L'titter and Tool, _.
Grinder comprises the Plain Grinder outtit and the several '.tandard
attachment'., as follows :
Plain ( irinder, as detailed on page 15.
Cylindrical Grinding .\ttachment, detailed on page 17. Internal
Grinding .\ttachment. detailed on page 16. Surface Grinding
.Attachment, detailed on page 19. Gear Cutter Grinding .\ttachnient,
detailed on page 1S. Face of Tooth Griti ling .\ttachments, detailed
on page 19.
Specifications
Lengthof table ............................        .........'.;inches
Horizontalrange ............        1 Transverse movement ......
................        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        . .
Verticalmovement .................................5
Centerstake in length ................................16 Taper hole in swivel
head spindle, No. 7, B. & S.
Will grind ( using special attachment) face mills 12 incites dianteter.
\\'ill grind cutters between centers............ S
\\ Will grind saws ............................ 24
Internal grinding : holes ~-inch diameter and over, and up to 3
inches deep.
Net weight, 660 pounds.
Shipping weight (domestic), 900 pounds. Shipping weight (export),
950 pounds. Size case (export). 52 x 43 x 26 inche<. Contents case
(export). 3? cubic feet.
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Countershaft Connections with No. 1 Grinder
1 110 {)\        illt        1U U\        the        l'llliit'1'        t 11i        AA :l11 all
ljc.t        Ul
-11aft- in l)iCe.        The floor Tare re'1161- ~l. in order that 11w k,icc
m;iv lie yet at aiiv alai lr a1 fit the ci 1lunln, i, a circle .,f :.n-inrl;
radius.        A\ idth (,f belt, trill line 'haft ti connter~haits. '' fiche'.
l uunter-hatt llulleV-;.:) inches dliameter.
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In the following pages we give clearance tables for milling
cutters and reamer, and also it series of illustration, showing
the machine in operatuion
(in on a variety of \\ rk, together with c\l lanatoor\ matter, all ,f
which will he f(.uii l helpful to the
operator in getting the lest result, fr in the machine.
The illistration as shown will stirne4 a nteth(irl of lian~llinI, the
great variety of other \w-i)rk that the machine will Flo.
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Reamer Grinding tables Clearances


It is our practice to have a very narrow  land back of the cutting
edge, about .25,    
        
  Reamer Clearance Table

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      Reamer Clearance Table - Continued
 TABLE z        TABLE        3
 TABLE I        
         iiantl        Steel.        }land I(eamcr        for Cast        
Chocking        Reamer for
         Reamer for                                        
 Land of Cutting Clearance                Iron and Brouze.        Land        
last Iron and        Bronze.
                 of        (utrini        l lea ranee        Land of Putting        
('Iearance
         .Or '' Ide                .W5 Wile        .02.5        \'t 1,1e
 413e Of        t erica}        .l ijo.r-        Vrr heal A'lju•1'         Vr'rtlral A,
lju,t'        l-, r:lc'il        .\~i)u.t.        \ rfl,, ul A•Ijut.        \-irtl•'il        Adlju.e.
 Siz                                                
         'at        for        t'uttiug        meat f        c        meat for ('uuiu        
mg        n for        u        m f r 1uu lug        Gnd
 Reamer        m"        '~~raa•'        r n,uad        ('I,xnure        Clexra1 ,
ee        d        n        ('Irer~nry        mutt        for        'eu

                
Grinding height above center with
a given wheel to give a certain clearance
angle generated by the curve of the
wheel.
r     
                    l'Ir~rioc,
 ').14'        .012"        .17        .4163"        .2)2.)°        .(ll l°        .237"
 216        .012        . 172"        .1165"        2.1„        .1)7 7"        237 •"
 2'        "        .012        .112        .1111)        .'2311        Iltill        .'2411"
 ?11        .l)1_)        . 172"        1)11)        .2317'        1151)        .240"
 .3"        .1)12        .112        .I72,r        2.32        I(till        .24U"
 .        t        ",        Il l~'        _        ll1''        ''.3_'        11`11        ,
 .31                l !.)                                '~-111
 :3        g        .1112"        . 172„        075"        235"        IL53''        .
2411."
 :3e        .012"        .1 2"        .075"        .235"        115'}"        .243"
 :314"        .012"        .172„        078"        2S'        osI"        .24:3"
 :3156"        .012"        .1 2"        .075"        .235"        Il57"        243.
 3.t.,"        .1112"        .172"        .1151"        241"        o87        247"
 :3t'r        .012"        .172"        IIRI"        .241"        .1)110"        .247"
 31        .11122        172"        054"        241'        Il!NI"        .236"
 3196"'        .012"        .1i2"        .054"        .244"        .11141"        .250"
 35"        .012,"        .172"        087"        247        1193°        .253.
 iii"        .012"        .172"        .1187"        .'_'4,'        .11113"        .52.}35"
 :3"        .1112.,        . 142"        .111(0"        .28)"        1)17"        .237"
 316        .1)12,"        172"        .11110"        .250''        1197"        .257"
 37.,"        .012"        172"        .1193"        2.13"        1I4I"        .2111)"
 3112 "'        .1112"        . 172"        W1:3"        5253"        - 16"        .260"
 4"        .012"        172"        .096"        .250"        1114"        .264"
 4lld°        .012"        .172"        .0!16"        2543"        104"        .2114''
 41'r        .012°        172"        .11116"        .2513"        .104"        .264"
 4g"        .012"        1112"        .096"        .2543"        .        1l)(i"        .
2643"
 414"        .1112"        172"        096"        2543"        106"        266"
 4,5A,        ,1112''        172"        4)96"        .236"        .1110"        .266'
 41" "        .1112"        172"        4)06"        2543"        lll•ti"        .268"
 41 g"        .1112,.        172"        11113"        .2543"        Ills"        .268"
 4'.,"        .012"        172"        IINI"        2641"        . 105"        .268"
 4 ~s"        .1112"        1112"        11)4)"        26)"        Ills"        .2138"
 41,9"        .1112"        172"        .IINI"        .2611"        110"        .270"
 41        "        .1112"        1722"        .IINI"        .2611"        1111"        .
270"
 4"        .1112"        .172"        104"        .264"        114"        254"
 41'"        .1112        .112        104        .264"        114"        274"
 -17,"        1112..        172.5        1116        211}1}"        116        _)ifi„
 4        'd        .1112"        .172        11111"        '~66        .111}"        .2tli~
 i"        Ill'?'        lit"        1111"        ?ill"        11R"        .278"
 i:l.,'        .1112..        172"        115                        
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