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The New Newall XL Grinder

The New Newall XL Grinder July, 1943 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERIN G Workshop and Production Section E have recently been sent the accompanying interesting photographs of details of the revised Newall XL 4in . by 18 in. Grinder. Although this machine is essentially a plain grinder, it can also be used for taper work and has, in fact, a wide range of attachments that make it adaptable for the grind­ ing of external radii, angle and shoulder grinding and special form and centre grinding. The new model has been improved by bringing all the controls to the front of the machine and the housing of all the electrical gear inside the base. An interest­ ing feature is that the workhead can be converted from dead to live centre grinding by transferring the belt from the front of the workhead (Fig. 4) to the rear (Fig. 6, left). This grinder is manufactured for the Newall Engineering Co., Ltd., by Keighley Grinders (Machine Tools) Ltd., and is, marketed by E. H. Jones (Machine Tools) Ltd., of Hendon, N.W.9, from whom further details can be obtained on application. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

The New Newall XL Grinder

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology , Volume 15 (7): 1 – Jul 1, 1943

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0002-2667
DOI
10.1108/eb031036
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Abstract

July, 1943 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERIN G Workshop and Production Section E have recently been sent the accompanying interesting photographs of details of the revised Newall XL 4in . by 18 in. Grinder. Although this machine is essentially a plain grinder, it can also be used for taper work and has, in fact, a wide range of attachments that make it adaptable for the grind­ ing of external radii, angle and shoulder grinding and special form and centre grinding. The new model has been improved by bringing all the controls to the front of the machine and the housing of all the electrical gear inside the base. An interest­ ing feature is that the workhead can be converted from dead to live centre grinding by transferring the belt from the front of the workhead (Fig. 4) to the rear (Fig. 6, left). This grinder is manufactured for the Newall Engineering Co., Ltd., by Keighley Grinders (Machine Tools) Ltd., and is, marketed by E. H. Jones (Machine Tools) Ltd., of Hendon, N.W.9, from whom further details can be obtained on application.

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Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace TechnologyEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 1943

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