THE J.A. FAY & EGAN COMPANY
1856 catalog THE EGAN COMPANY
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THE J.A. FAY & EGAN COMPANY
No. 2 Horizontal Boring Machine. in-inch Double Drum Sander
NO 3 Double Spindle Shaper.
No. Tenoning Machine.
No. 4!: Band Scroll and Re-saw,
i/,sa Sander, for Carriage Work, Bodies, Sc.
T H E EGAN COMPANY, BUILDERS OF
For Carriage and Wagon Builders, Hub, Spoke
and Wheel Manufacturers,
196 to 216 V FRONT STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S, A,
'The largest Carriage and Wagon Manufacturers in the world use e our
Tools almost Exclusively. machine
No. 4_ Band Scroll and Re-saw,
Automatic Hand 5
Self-feed Railway Cut-Off Saw.
( Automatic Spoke j
No. i Mortiser and Borer, Hub Mortiser and Beer,
Double Sanding bell.
No.: Horozontal Borer
Double Cylinder Endless Bed Surfacer.
Universal Rip and Cross-Cut Saw,
THE J.A. FAY & EGAN COMPANY MORTICEING MACHINE
The following extras apply both to our large and small Foot Machines:
The Double Chisel for Sash Work.—It has two edges, with a V shape between. It is pressed into
the sash-bar a little more than half-way through, when the bar is turned, and. by an impression
on the opposite side, the mortise is made.
The Blind-slat Chisel is used for making the groove for the blind-slat in the stile, the length of
which being less than the width of the stile, and corresponding with the width of the slat. The
slat enters this groove, and is by it confined in its place without mouldings or brads. These
chisels we make with one, two, or three pair of cutters, of such length and thickness as may be
The Pin-tool and Pointer makes both hard and soft wood pins for sash, blinds, doors, &c.,
varying in size from a quarter to three-eighths of an inch. Pine pins are pointed in the pointer by
one blow from a hammer.
Standard Rolls, for door-stiles and larger work, are made of play into a small iron frame, from
which extends a bolt which is passed through a slot in an upright joist, about three and a half
inches square, and by a thumb-nut on the end of the bolt the iron frame is confined to the
upright, at an elevation corresponding with the level of the rest of the machine on which the
piece to be mortised is placed, and by these rolls is easily moved as the chisel cuts away.
The Extra Rest, to mortise through from one side is confined to the main rest by a single bolt,
and has a piece of very hard wood, standing endwise, which receives the edge of the chisel after
it has passed through the blind-stile. This rest is made to move endwise on the main rest, so that
when one place becomes worn by the long-continued action of the edge of the chisel, it is
changed to the extent of the width of the endwise piece. The mortising of blind-stiles is the most
suitable work to be done in this way.
Staple-punch for Blind-rods and Slats.—This tool is inserted in the machine in place of the
chisel, and by the pressure of the foot two holes are made for the small staple.
Large Foot Mortising Machine, with ;, l;, Ig, }, A chisels $40 00
Extra chisels, } to 1 inch each 621
" over 1 inch . " 1 00
Double sash-chisels ` 1 01)
Pin-tools and pointers 1 00
Blind-slat chisels, single cutters " 3 00
double cutters " 3 75
treble cutters 4 50
Standard rolls . per pair 2 00
Extra rests to mortise through 2 00
Staple-punch, for slats each 1 00
Hub apparatus 15 00
I bought an J.A.
FAY & EGAN
auction that was
hidden away and
it. It figures i notice
some junk and
suddenly it has
value and every
wants it. it is
wood base pieces
and badly rusted
but very early as it
has all hand forged
bolts and forged