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Manufacturers Index - Cincinnati Electrical Tool Co.

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

History
Last Modified: Jan 8 2020 10:45AM by Mark Stansbury
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This company, which apparently dates back to the 1890s, was acquired by R. K. LeBlond Machine Tool Co. early in its existence. Cincinnati Electrical acquired Hisey-Wolf Machine Co. in 1949, and in 1962 they took over the Standard Electrical Tool Co (SETCO) line of grinders and buffers.

This company makes grinders and buffers. In the early 1900s they also made handheld power tools, including electric drills. The company closed its doors in 2017.


From 1918-12-26 Canadian Machinery

Information Sources

  • A 1918 ad is for "Cincinnati Electric Tool Co." The ad features a tool post grinder, bench grinder, and a couple of handheld power tools.
  • A search of patents back to 1920 turned up three patents assigned to this company, spanning 1934 through 1942. We also found a 1905 patent for a handheld electric drill.
  • Cincinnati Electrical Tool Company took over the Standard Electrical Tool Company grinders and buffers in 1962. Thanks to Linn Wilbur for investigating this connection in this OWWM discussion.
  • Old versions of the company website are available through the Internet Archive.
  • Information on the company's demise came from an owwm.org forum discussion.