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Number: 409/253
Name: Gear cutting, milling, or planing > Broaching > With product handling means > Chip removal means
Description: Apparatus wherein the means to effect motion of the scrap material comprises means adapted to move relative to the cutting tool to carry nonshaped material removed from the shaped material away from the broaching station.

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