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Number: 116/230
Name: Signals and indicators > Indicators > Machine tool position
Description: Devices having means to show the relative movement of a shaping tool in relation to a work support or the relative movement of a work support to a shaping tool.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
116/231 Plural scales 3


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7259683 Rack Aug. 21, 2007
5495784 Cutting depth setting device for a saw machine Mar. 5, 1996
5435360 Method for positioning a machine element having a reference point relative to a reference point provided at an abutment Jul. 25, 1995
4771866 Shock absorber with proximity switch Sep. 20, 1988
4604025 Position indicator for a material handling element of a machine Aug. 5, 1986
4485704 Instrument attachments for radius working machines Dec. 4, 1984
4403130 Position detector and machining apparatus including same Sep. 6, 1983
4391563 Bucket position indicator assembly Jul. 5, 1983











 
 
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