It is said that a man by the name of Bodmer, in Manchester, England, had made a milling machine in 1824.
There, in the shelter of a milling machine, he paused and crouched motionless as a cat.
In many cases the milling machine ousts the planer as much more economical.
A device for holding work and revolving it in a milling machine.
It has been said that "but for the milling machine, there would have been no such thing as interchangeable manufacturing."
The milling machine consists of smooth granite rollers, fitted with suitable gearing and working in an iron framework (Fig. 22).
A milling machine cutter that is provided with a shank or stem.
The part shown in this illustration is a chrome-nickel steel bar which is being roughed out to form a milling machine spindle.
The planchets, after being adjusted, are taken to the coining and milling rooms, and are passed through the milling machine.
The chaser is fastened in a chuck fixed on the milling machine table, and stands at an angle of 15°.