ge is, through the arm c engaging with the rack e, advanced the proper distance and the nulls or beads formed by the cutter h. A device for forming tenons on the ends of the piece may also be attached.
Nulled work and lathe.
A machine for impressing consecutive numbers on account or record books (a paging-machine), coupons, railway certificates, bank-notes, railway tickets, etc.
The notes of the Bank of England were numbered by a machine invented by Bramah, 1806.
It printed the numbers upon them consecutively at a rate which dispensed with the labor of 100 clerks out of 120 who were detailed for that duty during the issue of £ 1 notes.
The foundation idea is that of Blaise Pascal (1650), and consists of disks or wheels decimally numbered on their peripheries, the whole mounted on one axle, upon which they turn freely, acting upon each other in serial order, as explained under arithmometer. The first wheel of the series containing the units is mov