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A cutting die head that can be set and/or reset without an external mechanism. Smith, describes a threading die for use with a stationary spindle that utilizes a lever extending from the die head as a resetting mechanism. However, use of such an external mechanism still limits the die head to what machines it may be used on.To this end, the die head includes a die body including a plurality of radially adjustable blocks, each block having a cutter mounted thereon and a radially outwardly facing cam surface. A cutting die head that can be set and/or reset without an external mechanism. Use of such an external lever greatly limits the potential use of the die head. The invention is directed to a die head that can be reset without an external mechanism.This is the group’s fifth Café Hollander and the eighth restaurant they will operate.According to a news release from the the Lowlands Group, the new location features many of the elements the cafés are known for, including multi-floor seating, a large rooftop deck and lounge area, street-level outdoor patio seating, and a design concept that allows most of the walls to roll right up, opening the entire restaurant up to the outdoors during warmer seasons.

Currently we don't have much information on the company, but they are believed to have been one of the larger forge operations, and well regarded for quality tools. 75 shows a Garrington "Blue Diamond" 5/8x3/4 open-end wrench, stamped "Blue Diamond" on the shank with "Garringtons England" on the reverse. The patent date corresponds to patent #1,451,906, filed by I. The company was founded in 1880 by Peter Gendron, an inventor with more than ten patents issued for wire wheels, tires, and related items. 81 shows a Gendron 5 inch bicyle wrench, stamped with a "G" in a diamond logo, with "Pat'd June 7th, 1892" around the outline.

The inner surface has a plurality of cam surfaces arranged to communicate with the cam surfaces of the blocks such that axial movement of the sleeve results in radial movement of the blocks. Each block has a cutter mounted thereon and a cam surface directed radially outward.

In one embodiment the sleeve is caused to move axially by fluid pressure.a die body having a front face, a rear face and a hollow shank extending inwardly from the rear face and terminating in a shank end; the front face having a plurality of slots each provided with a radially adjustable block, each block having a cutter mounted thereon and a radially outwardly facing cam surface;a sleeve surrounding the die body and having an inner surface, the inner surface having a plurality of cam surfaces arranged to communicate with the cam surfaces of the blocks such that axial movement of the sleeve results in radial movement of the blocks;a plunger positioned within the hollow shank and fixed to the sleeve through a slot in the hollow shank such that the sleeve and plunger move together axially along the shank a distance delineated by the length of the slot; anda fluid in communication with the shank such that an increase in pressure of the fluid results in the plunger and sleeve being forced toward the front face of the die body, thereby causing the blocks to move radially inward.a die body having a front face, a rear face and a hollow shank extending inwardly from the rear face and terminating in a shank end; the front face having a plurality of slots each provided with a radially adjustable block, each block having a cutter mounted thereon and a radially outwardly facing cam surface;a sleeve surrounding the die body and having an inner surface, the inner surface having a plurality of cam surfaces arranged to communicate with the cam surfaces of the blocks such that axial movement of the sleeve results in radial movement of the blocks;a plunger positioned within the hollow shank and fixed to the sleeve through a slot in the hollow shank such that the sleeve and plunger move together axially along the shank a distance delineated by the length of the slot;a fluid in communication with the shank such that an increase in pressure of the fluid results in the pusher being forced toward the plunger and affixed sleeve being, thus causing the plunger and affixed sleeve toward the front face of the die body causing the blocks to move radially inward. Field of the Invention This invention generally relates to a cutting die head; specifically a cutting die head designed for use on a machine tool having a fixed or revolving spindle, wherein the cutting die head does not require an external resetting or setting means. Description of the Related Art Automatic cutting die heads with external trips and resets are known in the art. The sleeve surrounds the die body and has an inner surface with a plurality of inwardly directed cam surfaces.

The overall length is 6.7 inches, and the finish is plain steel. 76 shows a Garrington "Blue Diamond" 3/4x7/8 open-end wrench, stamped "Blue Diamond" on the shank with "Garringtons England" on the reverse. The reverse has forged markings "Drop Forged Steel" and "12 In. The overall length is 4.6 inches closed, and the maximum opening is 1.3 inches. The patent date refers to patent #476,629, filed by P. The Girard Wrench Manufacturing Company was a maker of adjustable wrenches active from 1875 through at least the 1920s.

The overall length is 7.9 inches, and the finish is plain steel. 77 shows a Garrington "Jaguar" 11/32x3/8 tappet wrench, with forged-in markings "Jaguar" on the front and "Garrington" on the reverse. The company was located in Girard, Pennsylvania and was initially founded as a reorganization of the Walton Wrench Manufacturing Company.

To this end, the die head includes a die body including a plurality of radially adjustable blocks, each block having a cutter mounted thereon and a radially outwardly facing cam surface. A cutting die head with an improved mechanism for tripping and resetting is described in U. To this end, the die bead of the invention comprises a die body having a front face and a rear face having a rearwardly extending hollow shank terminating in a shank end, a sleeve, a plunger, and a fluid such as, but not limited to: air, oil, or a suitable coolant of a type well known in the art.

A sleeve surrounds the die body and has an inner surface. The front face is has a plurality of slots each provided with a radially adjustable block.

The overall length is 7.3 inches, and the finish is plain steel. The patent date corresponds to patent #1,451,906, filed by I. In 1923 the company filed a trademark application for a logo with "Girard" in a diamond outline, and the trademark was issued as #188,484 on August 26, 1924. sizes 5/8 and 3/4, corresponding to nominal openings 1-1/16 and 1-1/4 respectively.

This wrench is believed to be from a Jaguar automobile toolkit. The reverse has forged markings "Drop Forged Steel" and "9 In. The application notes that Girard diamond logo had been in use since April of 1878. The wrench is shown fitted with dual sockets marked with U. The socket sizes can be changed by removing the retaining screw and inserting a new socket unit. Guthard Company was founded by the eponymous Edgar C.

Go to Wholesale Tool for a "decent" foriegn made set.

Chances are you'll not replace most of it any time and you'll usually do fine with the foriegn stuff anyway.