Lee Valley Tools Woodworking Newsletter
Vol. 2, Issue 2
November 2007
 
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The object of making the handles readily detachable is that in operating upon small work and in a limited space one or both handles can be removed and the work done with ease and facility. I deem this a valuable feature in connection with the form of the body of the tool and the absence of all annoying projections or protuberances upon any part of the surface of the body.

The present tool will work effectively in almost any position and upon either flat or round surfaces.

Having now described my invention so that any person skilled in the art may readily understand its form and mode of operation, what I claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States, is—

1. A spokeshave consisting of the body A, removable handles B B, and circular cutter or knife C, and the set-screws b b, adapted to secure in place the cutter or knife C by pressure of the screw-heads upon the edges of the same, substantially as and for the purposes set forth.

2. In a spokeshave, the body A, circular knife C, arranged and secured thereto, so that the chips or shavings pass under said knife to the place of discharge, in combination with detachable handles B, substantially as and for the purposes set forth.

3. In a spokeshave, the circular knife or cutter C, formed with a straight cutting-edge, and adapted to be detachably secured to the body of the shave by suitable means, as and for the purposes set forth.

4. In a spokeshave, the body A, straight circular knife C, and set-screws b b, adapted to hold the said knife to the body, combined as and for the purposes set forth.

5. The combination of the body A with straight circular knife suitably secured thereto, and the detachable handles B B, substantially set forth and described.

6. In a spokeshave, the body A, with bevel , in combination with the circular knife or cutter C, substantially as and for the purposes described.

7. In a spokeshave, the body A, provided with the rear discharge-passage, x, in combination with a circular knife or cutter having a straight cutting-edge and suitably secured to said body, substantially as and for the purposes described.

8. A spokeshave provided with a straight circular body adapted to receive a straight circular knife or cutter, and to discharge the chips or shavings under the said knife or cutter and to the rear of the working-face, all substantially as and for the purposes set forth.

9. In a spokeshave, the combination of the body A, provided with the discharge opening x, formed by removing a portion of the body, and having a face-bevel, x, and circular knife formed with a straight cutting-edge and adapted to be detachably secured to the said body, substantially as and for the purposes set forth.

ALBERT D. GOODELL.   [L. S.]

Witnesses:
  F. M. THOMPSON,
L. J. GUNN.
 
 

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