Machinery

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Producing steering wheel spiders for Willys-Overland, c. 1913

World War 1 Production. c. 1919.

Machine Shop at Acklin's original Dorr Street Location. Before 1925.

 


Small Line Presses at Acklin's original Dorr Street Location. Before 1925.

Small Line Presses at Acklin's original Dorr Street Location. Before 1925.

Early stamping. Notice the foot pedal driven operation. Before 1925.

 


Department producing pulleys for window sashs. c. 1930's.

Stamping steel splices for Street Car poles. c. 1930s.

Safety handcuffs on press operator. Note the bandages. c. 1940's.

 


1940's Press

Machine and Tool Press. c. 1940's.

Safety handcuffs on press operator. c. 1940's.

 


Punch Press in operation, 1948.

Employees making parts for Bock Laundry a Toledo firm which produced Industrial Laundry Equipment. 1948.

Mary Szymanski and Anna Szalkowski putting Tecumseh mufflers onto Brazing Furnace Conveyor. 1949-1950.

 


Harold Siebenaler operating a Rockwell Hardness Tester. 1955.

Fixing a part. c. 1970's.

Die Setters at work, c. 1975.

 


New Press installation, 1978.

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Last Updated: 1/3/12