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Lodge & Shipley Machine Tool Co.
Cincinnati, OH, U.S.A.
Manufacturer Class: Wood Working Machinery & Metal Working Machinery

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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
396,700 Jan. 22, 1889 Lathe Carriage William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
425,438 Apr. 15, 1890 Power machine drill William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
518,164 Apr. 10, 1894 Engine Turning Lathe William Shellenback Richmond, Wayne County, IN Church & Church - patent attorneys
William Lodge was a partner in Lodge & Davis Machine Tool Co. of Cincinnati, OH, which was a predecessor of the American Tool Works. He went on to found the Lodge & Shipley Machine Tool Co.
This invention relates to improvements in lathes such for instance, as shown and described in Patent No. 468,183, dated February 2, 1892, to which reference is made, and it has for its object to simplify and improve the mechanism of such lathes whereby they may be more easily and quickly adjusted and adapted for use in turning a greater variety of work.
Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new is;
1. In an engine lathe, the combination with the spindle and feed screw, and the counter shaft from which the feed screw is driven, of the segment pivoted on said counter shaft, the gear wheel on the counter shaft, the gear wheels on the spindle and the idler gears carried by the segment movable longitudinally on their centers and meshing with either of the gear wheels on the spindle and with the gear on the counter shaft; substantially as described.
2. In an engine lathe, the combination with the spindle and gear wheel thereon, of the adjustable segment having the smooth stud, the gear wheels movably mounted on said stud and having the flanges embracing the gear wheel on the spindle when the same are in mesh and the feed screw driven from the gears on the segment; substantially as described.
3. In an engine lathe, the combination with the spindle having the different sized gear wheels thereon, the countershaft from which, the feed screw is driven and the gear wheel on said counter shaft, of the adjustable segment pivoted on the counter shaft, the different sized gear wheels-journaled on said segment and bodily movable thereon to mesh with either of the gear wheels on the spindle and the idler gear completing the train of gears between the spindle and counter shaft; substantially as described.
4. In an engine lathe, the combination with the spindle and feed screw, of the different sized gear wheels rigidly mounted on the spindle and separated a distance equal to the thickness of one gear wheel and the movable gearwheels of different size rigidly connected together and adapted to mesh with one or the other of the gear wheels on the spindle, the one of said movable gear wheels not in mesh occupying the space between the gear wheels on the. spindle, the feed screw being driven from said movable gear wheels; substantially as described.
5. In an engine lathe, the combination with the spindle, the feed screw, and a cone of gear 95 wheels from which said feed screw is driven, a bell-crank tumbler movable longitudinally of the cone, a gear wheel and idler gear wheel carried by the tumbler and means for varying the speed transmitted to the gearing on too the tumbler, of an extension of said tumbler protruding from the head stock and provided with means for retaining it in the desired position relative to a gage plate.
6. In an engine lathe, the combination with the spindle; the feed screw and a cone of gear wheels from which said screw is driven, a bell-crank tumbler movable longitudinally of the cone, gear wheel and idler gear wheel carried by the tumbler, included within the head-stock; and means for varying the speed transmitted to the gearing on the tumbler, of an extension of said tumbler protruding from the head stock and provided with a pin for retaining it in the desired position relative to a gage plate.
7. In an engine lathe, the combination with the spindle, feed screw driven therefrom and reversing mechanism interposed between said feed screw and spindle, the clutch controlling said reversing mechanism, the clutch operating shaft, the carriage and upper slide thereon, the clutch slide carried by said upper slide and connections between said clutch slide and clutch operating shaft whereby by the transverse movement of the upper slide said clutch is operated as set forth.
8. In an engine lathe, the combination with the feed screw, reversing mechanism therefor, carriage and upper slide thereon having a groove or way therein, of the clutch operating shaft controlling the reversing mechanism, the block mounted on said, shaft, the clutch slide mounted in the way or groove in the upper slide, the bolt for clamping said clutch slide in position and connections between said clutch slide and block; substantially as described.
9. In an engine lathe, the combination with the feed screw, reversing mechanism therefor, carriage, upper slide and clutch operating shaft controlling the reversing mechanism, of the block on said clutch operating shaft, the clutch slide carried by the upper slide, the link connected to said clutch slide and the adjustable clip connecting said link and block whereby the direction of movement of the clutch operating shaft with relation to the movement of the upper slide may be changed; substantially as described.
10. In an engine lathe, the combination with the feed screw, carriage, upper slide thereon and clutch operating shaft controlling the reversing mechanism, of the block mounted on said clutch operating shaft and having the portions projecting on each side of said shaft; the clutch slide carried by the upper slide and the link and adjustable clip connecting said slide and block; substantially as described.
11. In an engine lathe, the combination with the feed screw, carriage, reversing mechanism for the feed screw and clutch operating shaft controlling the reversing mechanism, of the block mounted on said shaft the clutch slide connected to said block and moving longitudinally with the carriage, the operating handle for said clutch slide and the link connecting the slide and handle; substantially as described.
12. In an engine lathe, the combination with the bed, carriage, apron gearing thereon having a cone of gear wheels and apron feed shaft, of the gear wheel rotating with said shaft, the carrier and an idler wheel journaled thereon, meshing with the gear wheel on the shaft and adapted to mesh with any one of the gears in the cone; substantially as described.
13. In an engine lathe, the combination with the bed, carriage, apron gearing thereon having a cone of gear wheels and the apron feed shaft, of the gear wheel on said shaft, the carrier moving with the carriage and pivoted on the shaft and the idler wheel on said carrier meshing with the gear wheel on the shaft and adapted to mesh with any one of the gear wheels in the cone; substantially as described.
14. In an engine lathe, the combination with the bed, carriage, apron gearing thereon having a cone of gear wheels and the apron feed shaft, of the gear wheel on said shaft, the carrier pivoted on the shaft and embracing the gear wheel, the idler wheel on the carrier meshing with said last mentioned gear wheel and adapted to mesh with any one of the gear wheels forming the cone and the arm on the carrier cooperating with a gage plate on the apron to indicate the position of the gears; substantially as described.
15. In an engine lathe, the combination with the bed, carriage, apron gearing carried thereby and embodying a cone of gear wheels and the apron feed shaft, of the gear wheel on the apron feed shaft, the carrier pivoted on said shaft and having the idler wheel meshing with said gear wheel and adapted to mesh with any one of the gears in the cone, the handle on the carrier, a locking catch on the handle and a gage plate on the carriage with which said catch cooperates; substantially as described.
16. In an engine lathe, the combination with the bed, longitudinally movable carriage and transversely movable slide mounted on said carriage and having the rearward projection, and the screw for moving said slide detachably engaged therewith, of the supplemental carriage, a clamp for holding it in adjusted position, the adjustable guide on said supplemental carriage and the slide block detachably connected with the transversely movable slide and working in the adjustable guide; substantially as described.
17. In an engine lathe, the combination with the bed, longitudinally movable carriage and transversely movable slide mounted on said carriage and having the slotted rearward projection, the screw for moving the slide and the nut connecting the slide and screw secured in the slot of the rearward extension, of the supplemental carriage, a clamp for holding it in adjusted position, the adjustable guide on said supplemental carriage and the slide block adjustably connected with the rearward extension of the slide and working in the adjustable guide; substantially as described.

522,607 Jul. 10, 1894 Lathe William Lodge Cincinnati, OH James W. See - patent attorney
This lathe was likely made by Lodge & Shipley of Cincinnati.
I claim, as my invention—
1. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of a chuck having an annular T slotted rim projecting inwardly toward the tail-stock beyond the end of the lathe-arbor, and clamp-bolts engaging said slot.
2. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of a saddle, a tool-rest, a cross feed screw journaled in the tool rest, a nut for said screw fitted for endwise motion in So the saddle, a form-plate secured to the slide way on which the saddle moves, and a lever pivoted to the saddle and engaging said nut and form-plate.
3. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of a saddle, a tool-rest, a cross feed screw journaled in the tool-rest, a nut for said screw fitted for endwise motion in the saddle, a form-plate secured to the slideway on which the saddle moves, a lever pivoted to the saddle and engaging said nut and form plate, and a locking device, as a pin, to prevent the movement of said lever on its pivot.
4. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of an annularly slotted tool-rest, a turret thereon, tool-clamping bolts diametrically arranged in and engaging the slot of the tool-rest and passing through the turret, and a pair of tools resting on the turret and straddling said bolts.
5. The combination, substantially as set forth, of a bed with two rails, a feed screw in each rail, a driving-shaft extending the length of the bed, gearing connecting said shaft with the lathe-arbor, a cross-shaft geared to the two rail-screws, a shaft parallel with said driving shaft and geared to said cross-shaft, and aligned pulleys on said driving-shaft and parallel shaft.
6. In a lathe, the combination, substantially no as set forth, of substantially a V-shaped tail slide provided with a pair of longitudinal T slots disposed at an angle to each other and a tool-holder bolted thereto.
7. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of a tail-slide provided with a pair of longitudinal T-slots disposed at an angle to each other, and a bushing-holder and tool-holder bolted thereto.
8. The combination, substantially as set forth, of a T-slotted slide, a tool-holder thereon, a tool having an upward projection at its heel, a tool-clamp over the tool, a bolt passing through said clamp and tool-holder and engaging the slot of the slide, and a pair of set-screws carried by the tool-holder and engaging the opposite faces of the said tool-projection.
9. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of a socketed cross-girt in the bed of the lathe, a shanked rest having a vertical movement carried by such socket, and a rest-piece fitted to slide horizontally in such shanked rest.
10. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of a taper mandrel-socket in the inner end of the lathe-arbor, a mandrel adapted to fit said socket, and an axially disposed holding bolt connected directly to said mandrel, and a tail-slide, and a bushing-holder bolted to the tail-slide.
11. In a lathe, the combination, substantially as set forth, of a hollow lathe-arbor, having an axial bearing throughout the same, a tail-slide, and a holder bolted to said tail-slide and adapted to carry the tail end of a boring bar while its head end slides in the lathe-arbor.
12. The combination, substantially as set forth, of a threaded arbor, a nut screwed thereon and radially tapped for a set-screw, a plug in the set-screw hole with its inner end formed to correspond with the threads of the arbor, and a set-screw in the collar bearing on the outer end of said plug.

567,080 Sep. 01, 1896 Tool-turret Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Boyd - patent attorneys
My invention relates to an improvement for holding tools adapted to be used with lathes or other similar machines. One of the objects of my invention is to provide means for holding tools so that two or more tools may be supported in and operated by the turret at one and the same time. Another object of my invention is to obvi1ate the necessity of using box-tools. Another object of my invention is to provide an improved tool-holder for supporting a plurality of tools. Another object of my invention is to provide an improved cutting-off device and forming rest adapted to be used in a turret.
593,359 Nov. 09, 1897 Taper Lathe William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
643,190 Feb. 13, 1900 Lathe Bed and Apron William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
643,191 Feb. 13, 1900 Speed Changing Gear for Engine Lathes William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
646,499 Apr. 03, 1900 Lathe Rest William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
670,962 Apr. 02, 1901 Lathe William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
    Lathe Charles F. Pease Cincinnati, OH  
680,606 Aug. 13, 1901 Engine Lathe William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
719,102 Jan. 27, 1903 Variable Speed Mechanism George Herbert Follows Pittsburgh, PA
719,103 Jan. 27, 1903 Variable Speed Mechanism George H. Follows Pittsburgh, PA
723,704 Mar. 24, 1903 Engine Lathe John H. Montstream Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH
    Engine Lathe William L. Shellenbach Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH  
    Engine Lathe William Lodge Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH  
744,678 Nov. 17, 1903 Variable-Speed Mechanism Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
My invention relates to a speed-variator in which a plurality of different-diameter gear wheels are disposed on parallel shafts and intermeshed, means being provided for simultaneously clutching any selected pair of intermeshed gear-wheels to their two shafts, respectively. My invention particularly relates to the construction and arrangement of the keys by means of which the clutch is effected.
749,492 Jan. 12, 1904 Variable Speed Mechanism for Lathes William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
762,482 Jun. 14, 1904 Apron for Lathes Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
Having described our invention, we claim:
1. In a carriage-feed, a feed-shaft, transmitting devices thereon for propelling the carriage, a clutch between said feed-shaft and said transmitting devices, a lever for throwing said clutch, an adjustable bracket on the lathe-bed, a rock-shaft journaled on the outside of the apron, having a radial arm, a pushpin journaled in the carriage, one end of which engages the said radial arm, the other end being adapted to be engaged and deflected by said bracket, a trip-cam on said rock-shaft adapted to engage the said clutch-lever and trip the same when the carriage meets the adjustable bracket, substantially as described.
2. In a carriage-feed, a slow-feed shaft and a high-speed shaft, transmitting devices comprising reversing gear-wheels on the slow-feed shaft for propelling the carriage, means for throwing into operation or idle position said gear-wheels, transmitting devices comprising reversing gear-wheels on the high-speed shaft for propelling the carriage, means for tin-owing said gears into operation or idle position, and a locking device between the two sets of transmitting devices, whereby they are alternately locked and released, substantially as described.
3. In a carriage-feed, a stationary screw-rod, a slow-feed shaft and a high-speed shaft, one set of transmitting devices comprising reversing gear-wheels between the slow-feed shaft anrl the screw-rod, means for throwing said gear-wheels into train or into idle position, a second set of transmitting devices comprising reversing gear-wheels between the high-speed shaft and the screw-roil, means for throwing said gear-wheels into train or into idle position, levers for controlling the two independent sets of reversing gear-wheels, and a locking-bar between said levers, adapted to lock one lever in engaging position while the other is in idle position, substantially as described.
4. In a carriage-feed, a stationary screw-rod, a slow-feed shaft and a high-speed shaft, a sleeve-nut on the screw-rod, transmitting devices including reversing gear-wheels between the said sleeve-nut and the slow-feed shaft, a lever for controlling said reversing gear-wheels, transmitting devices including reversing gear-wheels between the high-speed shaft and the said sleeve-nut, a lever for controlling said reversing gear-wheels, a locking-bar movably mounted between the said two levers, the said levers being provided with detents adapted to be alternately engaged by the opposite ends of said locking-bar when it is shifted in opposite directions whereby the said slow feed and high speed are independently available, substantially as described.
5. In a carriage-feed, a slow-feed shaft and a high-speed shaft, independent sets of transmitting devices, on each of said shafts for propelling the carriage,' levers for independently controlling said transmitting devices, and a locking device between the said levers adapted to lock one lever when the other lever is released and vice versa, whereby said slow feed and high speed can only be used independently, substantially as described.
6. In a carriage-feed, comprising two sets of transmitting devices, for independently propelling the carriage, levers for throwing either of the sets of transmitting devices into train or idle position, a shifting lock-bar supported between said levers, the said levers being provided with detents opposed when both of said levers are in idle position, and adapted to be alternately engaged by said lock-bar, said levers each having a bearing-surface adapted to be alternately opposed to opposite ends of said lock-bar, whereby said bar can only be shifted from one detent to the other, when the levers are both in idle position, substantially as described.

    Apron for Lathes William Lodge Cincinnati, OH  
764,109 Jul. 05, 1904 Automatic stop for lathe-carriages Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
Having described my invention, I claim:
In combination with the carriage-apron of an engine-lathe, a driving member, a driven member adapted to propel the carriage, a stationary and a shifting clutch member for connecting the driving and driven members, means for holding the shifting clutch normally in engagement, a rod supported in the path of apron travel, adapted to unshift said means to disengage the clutch, a plurality of adjustable stops on said rod, and a trip on the apron adapted to serially engage said stops, trip the clutch and to be manually disengaged whereby the clutch is automatically shifted into driving engagement, substantially as described.

764,609 Jul. 12, 1904 Boring Tool William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
766,488 Aug. 02, 1904 Turret Attachment for Lathe Carriages Joseph Henry Blair St. Louis, MO
767,387 Aug. 16, 1904 Wheel Rim Finishing Machine Nicolas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
773,196 Oct. 25, 1904 Diameter Gage for Lathes Nicolas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
780,704 Jan. 24, 1905 Gearing for Headstocks for Lathes Nicolas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
783,680 Feb. 28, 1905 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
My invention relates to a new and improved gibbed-way connection between the bed and carriage of an engine-lathe.
Having described my invention, I claim:
In an engine-lathe, a bed provided with two bed-rails, said rails on their upper surfaces being provided with longitudinal V guide rails, said rails having vertical guide-surfaces on their inner edges, and horizontal guide- surfaces within the bed, a carriage having V-ways engaging the said guide-rails, said carriage having a bearing-block projected downward between the bed-rails and engaging the vertical bearing-surfaces thereof, a bearing-plate within the bed between the bed rails having an upward bearing engagement against the horizontal bearing-surfaces of the bed-rails, and clamping-bolts securing the bearing-plate to the bearing-block, substantially as described.

785,251 Mar. 21, 1905 Clutch William Lodge Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
Our invention relates to a frictional clutch adapted to be operated by a quick-shift device, and, as shown in the drawings, is applied to a head-stock of an engine-lathe for transmitting power to the lathe-spindle.
Having described our invention, we claim:
1. In combination with the spindle of a machine-tool, a loose wheel thereon for driving the spindle, an internal wheel fixed to the spindle, and concentric with the first-named wheel, said internal wheel being formed with an annular grooved periphery, two friction segments located in said groove, an expanding device between two of the abutting ends of said segments, means for actuating the said device, and a wedge between the other two abutting ends of said segments for taking up wear and lost motion, substantially as described.
2. In combination with the spindle of a machine-tool, a loose wheel thereon for driving the spindle, an internal wheel fixed to the spindle, and concentric with the first-named wheel, said internal wheel being formed with an annular grooved periphery, two friction segments located in said groove, an expanding device between two of the abutting ends of said segments, means for actuating the said device, a wedge between the other two abutting ends of said segments for taking up wear and lost motion, and bolts taking through said annular periphery and into said segments holding them slightly movable in position, substantially as described.

    Clutch Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH  
788,483 Apr. 25, 1905 Head-Stock for Engine-Lathes William Lodge Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
Our invention relates to an improvement in the head-stock, spindle, and driving-pulley of an engine-lathe.
In the conventional type of lathe, in which the cone-pulley has a bearing upon the spindle, there are two serious defects. First, the entire upward pull or strain of the belt on the cone-pulley is transmitted to the bearings in which the spindle or live-center is journaled, thus having a constant tendency to destroy the accuracy of the live-center; second, when the ordinary back gearing is in use, the cone pulley revolves directly on the spindle at a relatively higher speed, which results in great friction and wear on the spindle. These defects have been greatly augmented since the high-speed steel has come into use in which the cone-pulley is driven at a considerably higher speed. For instance, in the conventional lathe-head it frequently happens that the driving-pulley on the spindle is revolving at an excessive speed—say at two thousand revolutions per minute—while the spindle is revolving, say, atone hundred revolutions per minute, or sometimes the ratio is as high as sixty to one. This enormous friction on the internal bore of the driving-pulley and the external periphery of the spindle is very destructive to both, and it is impossible to keep the contacting bearing-surfaces of the pulley and spindle properly oiled without frequently stopping the machine. These defects are entirely obviated in this improvement.

    Head-Stock for Engine-Lathes Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH  
790,872 May. 23, 1905 Lathe-Apron Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
My invention relates to an apron-feed of an engine-lathe. One of the objects of the invention is to get a variety of feeds in the apron of an engine lathe of such organization as to occupy but little space, being actuated by a single lever and not interfering with or displacing to any material degree the conventional feed organization of the apron mechanism.

790,873 May. 23, 1905 Head-Stock for Lathes William Lodge Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
Our invention relates to an improved head stock for back gearing for motor-driven lathes.
Having described our invention, we claim—
A head-stock for an engine-lathe having two upright pillow-blocks provided with main bearings, a spindle-driving member journaled therein, a driven gear-wheel fixed on said driving member, the said pillow-blocks each having a rearward projection in which are formed two parallel sets of bearings, stud shafts jourrialed in said bearings, variable speed gearing disposed on said stud-shafts in train with the driven gear-wheel, and means for rotating one of said stud-shafts, substantially as described.

    Head-Stock for Lathes Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH  
799,973 Sep. 19, 1905 Speed Control for Machine-Tools William Lodge Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
Our invention relates to a machine organization employing a rotary member and a rectilineal moving member driven from a common source, the object being to provide in combination therewith mechanism automatically actuated by the longitudinally moving member to change the speed of rotation of the rotary member. This is useful in machine tools wherever it may be desirable to change the speed of the rotary member relative to the carriage travel while operating upon a given job, the gradations of cutting speed being produced by the moving carriage. Our invention particularly and as exemplified by the drawings is applied to an engine lathe in which the tool-holding carriage causes a gradation of spindle-speed, whereby a given job is subjected to varying cutting speeds selected to best satisfy the character of the work. Our invention also provides means for cutting out the automatic arrangement and controlling the speed by hand devices located on the carriage. Our invention also provides means for automatically throwing out the automatic speed controlling mechanism at a predetermined point of carriage travel.
    Speed Control for Machine-Tools Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH  
809,513 Jan. 09, 1906 Follower-Rest for Lathes William Lodge Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
Our invention relates to a follower-rest, which is an attachment for the carriage of an engine-lathe, adapted to engage the work under process of reduction in rear of tool to withstand the lateral strain upon the work between its supported ends.
    Follower-Rest for Lathes Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH  
818,632 Apr. 24, 1906 Variable Speed Mechanism Charles F. Laur Cincinnati, OH
890,333 Jun. 09, 1908 Variable-speed mechanism Murray Shipley Cincinnati, OH
    Variable-speed mechanism Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH  
890,334 Jun. 09, 1908 Variable-speed mechanism Murray Shipley Cincinnati, OH
    Variable-speed mechanism Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH  
981,915 Jan. 17, 1911 Engine-lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
My invention relates to an improvement in engine lathes, and primarily, to the carriage feeding mechanism. One of the objects of my invention is to provide a carriage of an engine lathe with means adapted to engage one or more stops in its path of travel to automatically disengage the feed driving mechanism. Another object of my invention is to provide a lathe apron with clutch actuating mechanism for controlling the feed in one direction of its travel, with means adapted to be adjusted to various positions for engaging one of a series of stops, for actuating the clutch mechanism at a predetermined distance of apron travel. Another object of my invention is to provide clutch controlling mechanism for disengaging the carriage feeding mechanism , in one direction of its travel and automatically continuing the carriage feed in adjusting the clutch controlling mechanism to a second position for stop engagement.
982,034 Jan. 17, 1911 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
The object of my invention is to provide a lathe carriage and tool-slide, with an auxiliary tool-slide provided with a multiple of tool-holders, with means for automatically setting the same in alignment with the lathe centers, whereby any one of the series of tools upon the auxiliary slide can be quickly brought to its position irrespective of the position of the primary tool-slide.

985,041 Feb. 21, 1911 Diameter Gage for Lathes William Lodge Cincinnati, OH
999,629 Aug. 01, 1911 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
My invention relates to an improvement in lathes. One of the objects of my invention is to provide a lathe carriage, with means for controlling the hand feed of the tool slide to automatically gage various diameters of cuts. Another object of my invention is to provide a carriage of a machine tool with a series of adjustable rotating stops, adapted to be automatically actuated to bring one of the series of stops into position upon the feed of the tool slide in one direction, locking the same after it has been set, and in providing the slide with stops to engage said carriage stops to limit the feed of the tool slide, for accurately turning a piece of work with steps of different diameter and the accurate duplication thereof in turning out a number of pieces.
1,007,181 Oct. 31, 1911 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
My invention relates to an improvement in lathes. One of the objects of my invention is to provide means for automatically stopping the feed of the carriage at predetermined points. Another object of my invention is to provide a lathe with a series of adjustable stops in the path of carriage movement adapted to be engaged by means carried by the carriage for automatically stopping its feed thereof Avith the carriage provided with means for releasing its stop and automatically throwing in the feed and positioning the parts for a second stop. Another object of my invention, is to provide a lathe with a series of stops in the path of the carriage movement adjustably mounted and arranged to permit periodical interference and engagement of carriage feed without change of position of cutting tool relative to the work.
1,007,182 Oct. 31, 1911 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
My invention relates to an improvement in engine lathes. The object of my invention is to provide a lathe carriage with a supplemental tool holding slide carrying a turret for holding a number of cutting tools. Another object of my invention is to provide a lathe carriage, with a cross feed slide provided with a turret for supporting a series of cutting tools, with means for locking the turret to present a given tool in an axial line with the work, and means for locking the slide to the carriage, whereby the tools carried by the turret can be moved thereon, to axially align the same with the lathe centers. Another object of my invention is to provide a lathe carriage with a main and supplemental slide, said supplemental slide provided with a turret for holding a series of cutting tools with means for actuating both slides independent of each other transversely on the carriage. Another object of my invention is to provide a carriage with a main and supplemental slide, and with a single hand wheel for independent traversing each slide upon the carriage, with a stop for automatically locking the supplemental slide in an axially aligned position for tool-holders relatively to the lathe centers. Another object of my invention is to provide an engine lathe with a turret-supporting slide for holding a series of tools with means for locking the turret in position of adjustment, and with means for automatically locating the tool and support of any one of the series, in axial alignment with the lathe centers, and with means for manually releasing the same.

1,022,721 Apr. 09, 1912 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
1,036,190 Aug. 20, 1912 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
1,067,142 Jul. 08, 1913 Change-gear mechanism William Schellenbach Hartwell, OH This patent was not explicitly assigned to Lodge & Shipley but we assume that it was used by them; see also the consecutively-numbered patent 1,067,143.
1,067,143 Jul. 08, 1913 Revolving steady-rest William Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,067,137 Jul. 08, 1913 Universal taper attachment William Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,067,138 Jul. 08, 1913 Crank-turner William Schellenbach Hartwell, OH "This invention deals with means instrumental in facilitating the turning of cranks, and it is more especially concerned with a device in the nature of an attachment applicable to an ordinary engine lathe, whereby the work of the operator in turning cranks will be expedited."
1,074,819 Oct. 07, 1913 Gearing William Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,094,601 Apr. 28, 1914 Diameter-stop for machine-tools William Schellenbach Wyoming, OH The Canadian equivalent of this patent, 157,814, was explicitly assigned to the Lodge & Shipley Machine Tool Co. and so we can safely assume that this US patent was used by that firm.
1,100,259 Jun. 16, 1914 Taper attachment for lathes William L. Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
157,814 Sep. 15, 1914 Diameter stop William Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,111,326 Sep. 22, 1914 Gearing William L. Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,121,068 Dec. 15, 1914 Lathe Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
1,133,064 Mar. 23, 1915 Work-securing mechanism William L. Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,152,055 Aug. 31, 1915 Multiple-tool holder William L. Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,154,939 Sep. 28, 1915 Narrow tool-support Nicholas D. Chard Cincinnati, OH
    Narrow tool-support William Lodge Cincinnati, OH  
    Narrow tool-support William L. Schellenbach Hartwell, OH  
1,163,861 Dec. 14, 1915 Length-stop William L. Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,171,665 Feb. 15, 1916 Projectile-turner William Schellenbach Wyoming, OH
1,171,666 Feb. 15, 1916 Length-stop William Schellenbach Hartwell, OH
1,196,593 Aug. 29, 1916 Lathe William L. Schellenbach Wyoming, OH "My invention relates to improvements in engine lathes. One of its objects is to provide an improved arrangement of driving parts whereby the lathe is readily convertible from a direct belt driven lathe to a geared lathe. Another object is to provide a lathe adapted to be employed either as a simple directly belt driven lathe, or as a more complicated geared lathe, and in which the head stock, spindle and back gear shaft are common to both types and may be employed with slight change to constitute a lathe of either type, or to enable the lathe of either type to be converted to the other as desired."
1,231,946 Jul. 03, 1917 Tool-holder stop mechanism William L. Schellenbach Wyoming, OH
1,250,362 Dec. 18, 1917 Metal-boring machine William L. Schellenbach Wyoming, OH "My invention relates to improvements in metal boring machines. One of its objects is to provide an improved supporting frame and arrangement of the operative parts relative thereto. Another object is to provide an improved and simple arrangement of the spindle driving mechanism with a wide range of speed changes. Another object is to provide improved spindle supporting and feeding mechanism..."
1,259,959 Mar. 19, 1918 Head Stock for Engine Lathes Francis B. Cockburn Cincinnati, OH Wood & Wood - patent attorneys
1,294,402 Feb. 18, 1919 Engine Lathe Apron Oiling System Francis B. Cockburn Cincinnati, OH