Description and Instructions for Use of Warner and Swasey Azimuth Instrument, Model of 1910, December 14, 1911 (Google eBook)
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1917 - 18 pages
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Amber glass holder aperture attached azimuth circle 9B Azimuth drum cover Azimuth pointer azimuth slow-motion arm azimuth slow-motion plunger azimuth slow-motion screw base binding post box spring Brace rod chest clamp screw 11 December 14 depression slow-motion arm disassembling disengaged Drum crank shaft drum-clamp screws end pin eye protector eyelens cover field lens focusing nut focusing ring 7M focusing sleeve furnished fuze holder screw horizontal interior Leg clamp lenses leveling plate leveling screws means Mirror cover motion Name of piece optical surfaces P1ate pier mount plumb bob plunger spring Prism cover screw properly adjusted removal of parallax resistance coil screw 11 Vll seat set screw slot Spindle washer splash scale Spring cover SWASEY AZIMUTH INSTRUMENT Swivel Taper pin telescope tube threads vertical wire vttt WARNER AND SWASEY washer screw Worm box Worm box crank worm gear worm screw 10F Worm screw bearing worm-box adjusting screw Yoke cap Yoke washer
Page 3 - This manual is published for the information and government of the Regular Army and Organized Militia of the United States. By order of the Secretary of War; WILLIAM CROZIER, Brigadier General, Chief of Ordnance.
Page 1 - DC 27.00 United States Geological Survey, Washington, DC No bid. Photolithographing and printing ROO copies each of 2 illustrations for Form No. 2001— Description and Instructions for Use of Warner and Swasey Azimuth Instrument, Model of 1910: The Norris Peters Co., Washington, DC 8.00 •Webb & Bocorselski (Inc.), Washington, DC 5.30 Columbia Planograph Co., Washington, D.
Page 9 - Eyepieces are furnished for 12- and 20power magnifications. A vertical wire and a horizontal wire are carried in a slide in the micrometer box allowing vertical motion of the slide. The instrument does not have an Interior splash scale. (2) The cradle provides means of supporting the telescope, of imparting to it motion in vertical and horizontal planes, and of making the necessary adjustments to permit reading correct azimuths and ranges.