rm found best adapted to wood-working, and which survives in our milling-machines, now so much and deservedly esteemed.
Clement, previous to 1820, made a planing-machine for planing the sides of looms and the triangular bars of lathes.
The bed mov of the moved on rollers, and the tools cut both ways.
Much of the work for Babbage's calculating-machine was planed on Clement's machines.
Fox made a planing-machine, in 1821, to plane the cast and wrought iron bars used in lace-machines.
It plag on a drum; rack and pinion, and eventually the screw arrangement, were substituted.
The metal-planing machine of Joseph Clement of London is illustrated and described on page 157 et seq., Vol.
XLIX., Report of Society of Arts for the year 1832. whatever, so as to plane either the right or left side of the stuff.
In a word, it was the planing-machine of our day. Clement was a worthy pupil of the illustrious Joseph Bramah.
Fig. 3799 is a side elevation o