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Gearing for Munchkins Gene Kasten, president of Repair Parts, Inc., of Rockford, IL, is the proud owner of a miniature Barber-Colman hobber, the only one of its kind in the world. The machine, a replica of the old B-C "A" machine, was built between 1933 and 1941 by W. W. Dickover, who devoted 2, 640 hours of his spare time to the project.
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For over 50 years, the Do Nothing Machine has entertained the public eye with its complex machinery, a mountain of over 700 gears put together for the express purpose of doing nothing.
A new inspection method has several advantages over traditional methods, especially for very large or very small gears.
Dollhouses may be toys for children, but an old-time working miniature machine shop is the ultimate toy for a self-proclaimed hobby machinist like Greg Bierck.
News Items About miniature
1 Schunk Offers Miniature Clamping Module for Compact Applications (February 7, 2020)
Schunk has developed a completely sealed miniature clamping module specifically for compact applications in the metal cutting industry, a... Read News
2 Schunk Releases New Electrical Miniature High-Speed Parallel Gripper (February 14, 2007)
Schunk Workholding's miniature high-speed parallel gripper (MHP) is the two-finger counterpart to the centric gripper SMG. Accord... Read News
3 Helix Unveils Miniature Linear Guidance Products (December 1, 2014)
This new family of linear guidance products from Helix offers precision, accuracy and flexibility, and consists of an embedded inverse ho... Read News
4 Bryant Offers Miniature Grinder (June 21, 2013)
The new Bryant Miniature precision grinder (Model RU1) with standard 4.0 inch (100 mm) travel in both “X” and “Z”... Read News