Circular instrument dividing engine, possibly made by Anthony James Lear, London, England, around 1850. Consists of cast brass, dividing plate (15 7/8-inch), with six spokes and inner and outer circles is supported on heavy triangular framework. The dividing screw design is similar to that used on Allan's Dividing Engine (Inv. No.1932-23).
- Industrial Metrology
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- circular dividing engine
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- dividing engine
- Parsons, W V
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