- 29 Jul 2017
- Reaction score
- Cornwall UK
No sadly not, there is no patent stamped on it at all that part of the label is blankAndyT":345mk9ae said:Is there a readable patent number? I can't see it on Datamp, but Google Patents is pretty good on the more modern stuff.
I am getting insecure connection there, so will give it a missAndyT":gqw32t1f said:In theory, this should help, but it's not as clear as it could be!
From the 1950 catalogue here
Thats funny I read that same thread earlier but didn't notice the mention of CartersAndyT":1msaw5ix said:The instructions seem even rarer than the jigs!
https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/g ... ure-72639/
That thread suggests it may have been a development by Carter tools in Australia, taken over by Stanley.