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Books Books 1 - 2 of 2 on ... engraving. For the description of this I am again indebted to Mr. J. Bucknall....  
" ... engraving. For the description of this I am again indebted to Mr. J. Bucknall Smith's before-mentioned work. "According to this arrangement the rolls D and E are superimposed so that a bar or rod passed through the first or top set is turned backwards... "
A treatise upon wire, its manufacture and uses, embracing comprehensive ... - Page 48
by J. Bucknall Smith - 1891 - 347 pages
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 68

Railroad engineering - 1894
...passed through the first or top set is turned backward by the curved passage, so as to be automatically fed into the lower set. The working parts are suitably carried by the framing, while the proper relative position of the rolls may be adjusted by screw devices. A ' rod train ' would...
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The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, Volume 43

Iron industry and trade - 1894
...through the first or top set is turned backwards by the curved passage I, so as to be automatically fed into the lower set. The working parts are suitably...increasing speeds through the intervention of suitable spur gearing, in order to promptly take up the slack caused by the continually increasing lengths of...
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