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Manufacturers Index - Syracuse Sander Manufacturing Co.

Syracuse Sander Manufacturing Co.
Syracuse, NY, U.S.A.
Manufacturer Class: Wood Working Machinery & Metal Working Machinery

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Patent Number Date Title Name City Description
1,231,238 Jun. 26, 1917 Gage Ray L. Carter Syracuse, NY Of interest because inventor Ray Carter developed the first successful general-purpose router; see patent 1,433,497.
1,244,584 Oct. 30, 1917 Disk grinder Ray L. Carter Syracuse, NY The patented disk sander design has a rather interesting history. It was first manufactured by Pioneer Dustless Disk Co. of Syracuse; as the name suggests, the emphasis was on the machine's integrated dust collection. Within a year or so it was being manufactured under the name of Syracuse Sander Manufacturing Co. That firm was acquired by Porter-Cable Machine Co. in 1922.
Inventor Ray Carter later developed the first successful general-purpose router; see patent 1,433,497.
1,277,377 Sep. 03, 1918 Sanding-machine Ray L. Carter Syracuse, NY The invention is an oscillating spindle sander that was sold as the Syracuse S-1 and, once Porter-Cable bought them out in 1922, the Porter-Cable S-1. Essentially the same mechanism was used in the benchtop versions, O-2, O-3, and O-4.
This patent is of additional interest because inventor Ray Carter developed the first successful general-purpose router; see patent 1,433,497.
1,302,131 Apr. 29, 1919 Centering-gage Ray L. Carter Syracuse, NY Of interest because inventor Ray Carter developed the first successful general-purpose router; see patent 1,433,497.