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An Improved Steam Hammer Built

by the David Bell Engineering-

Works, Buffalo, N. Y.

now employed on all of the company's standard hammers. This

construction, described in The Iron Age May 10, 1906, gives a

great excess of strength at the bottom of the slide faces of the

main frame casting, where practically all of the strain comes on

a hammer of this type. The valve motion and control, outside of

the treadle feature, remains practically unchanged and is very

sensitive. 1113

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