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Manufacturers Index - Hebert Manufacturing Co.

Hebert Manufacturing Co.
Franklin, NH; Laconia, NH, U.S.A.
Company Website: http://www.hebertfoundry.com
Manufacturer Class: Wood Working Machinery

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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
2,189,432 Feb. 06, 1940 Stepladder Frank F. W. Perrott Greenfield, MA Of interest because the inventor also received patents for combination planer-molders that were subsequently manufactured by Hebert Manufacturing Co.
    Stepladder Henry T. Moore Greenfield, MA  
2,577,975 Dec. 11, 1951 Wood planer Henry T. Moore Greenfield, MA A planer-molder is labeled "Henry T. Moore Machine Co., Inc. / Mfr. of the / M & M Molder Planer / West Swanzey, N.H., U.S.A. / Patent No. 2577975".
2,624,382 Jan. 06, 1953 Auxiliary planer Henry T. Moore Greenfield, MA This "auxiliary planer" is designed as an add-on to a jointer to perform two-sided planing. The knives in the auxiliary planer can also be replaced with molding knives.
2,687,153 Aug. 24, 1954 Power feed for wood planers Henry T. Moore Greenfield, MA
2,930,418 Mar. 29, 1960 Work table with selective rotating tool Henry T. Moore Greenfield, MA The machine is a combination planer, jointer, and tablesaw. Moore had already designed a combination planer-molder that was manufactured by Hebert Manufacturing Co. of Laconia, NH, but we have no information on whether this combination machine was ever produced.