Safety in the Machine Shop

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Travelers Insurance Company, 1920 - Accidents - 188 pages
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Page 3 - Forces, and a series of articles that have appeared from time to time in the English edition of the Annals of Psychical Science.
Page 153 - Morphology is a means to an end and not the end itself. The...
Page 65 - Shaft-driven machines are ordinarily started by means of a treadle or a lever, which shifts a belt or operates a clutch. On machines like...
Page 91 - The ram has a reciprocating motion in a line approximately at right angles to the bed, and is guided in the framework of the machine so that it may always move in the same path. The press has gained a prominent place among machine tools for cheap and fast production of flat and formed parts in large quantities. By the adoption and use of suitable dies and fixtures, this...
Page 179 - ... partial to them, as they thought they could not work as quickly. It is a fact that women will not take care of themselves as well as men in the matter of eating regularly and partaking of nourishing food, especially where they are on piece work. Unless there is a complete cessation of power, many WOMAN OPERATING A DRILL PRESS. NOTE THE ROLLED-UP SLEEVES, THE CAP AND THE LARGE PROTECTIVE APRON. Courtesy of Travelers Insurance Co. WOMAN OPERATING TAPPING MACHINE. NOTE OVERALL UNIFORM. Courtesy...
Page 126 - If a sterilizing substance of this kind is added, it must be of such a nature that it will not interfere with the efficacy of the cutting fluid, nor damage the work in any way.
Page 133 - Wheels'' that is published by the Engineering and Inspection Division of THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY.
Page 127 - ... it has been found that the addition of one per cent, of carbolic acid to the cutting oils has stopped the trouble from eczema.
Page 3 - No attempt has been made to cover all the hazards that occur in the machine shop, but special attention has been paid to those which are responsible for the major part of the serious accidents that occur.
Page 86 - Better work can be done with a good tool than with a poor one, and economy as well as safety is increased by repairing or discarding tools with burred heads.

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