The illustration at right appeared in the company's Catalog No. 40 published in January, 1929. It promotes one of the Millers Falls Company's most popular eggbeater drills, the No. 2. Although the text at the bottom of the illustration would seem to indicate that the No. 2 was introduced in 1889, the company was offering the drill as early as 1878.
The jointed lever cap was was developed by Charles H. Fox, a Millers Falls employee who assigned the patent to the company. A copy of the patent document is located at the Plane Patents page maintained by Tom Price. The Millers Falls Company would eventually offer several less expensive bench planes that featured traditional lever caps. The
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Welcome to the Millers Falls Planes site. Here you will find images and information on all the known models of planes manufactured by Millers Falls since 1929. When it came to hand plane collecting back in the early days of the internet there were several names of note. Among the various dealer sites such as
VINTAGE MILLERS FALLS Langdon Acme Miter Box 74c $199.00. Vintage MILLERS FALLS Langdon Acme Miter Box 74c. Condition is Used. Excellent original shape with 26 page instruction and parts list for setting up and operating Miller’s Falls “Langdon Acme Mitre Box”, “Langdon Mitre Box” and “All Steel Mitre Box”. Also included is a General Instructions for setting up and
MILLERS FALLS VINTAGE No. 66 Low Angle Block Plane stone Shaper #GG $10.50. Millers Falls Vintage No. 66 Low Angle Block Plane stone Shaper #GG. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Missing front knob and there's damage to the back knob also (see pictures) Buy With Confidence Please look at pictures carefully and thanks for looking....any questions
VINTAGE MILLERS FALLS #888 Dyno-Mite Model A 3/8" Drill Plus 3 Attachments $80.00. This lot of 4 Millers Falls Dyno-Mite tools are in very good condition as shown in the pictures. The #888 drill runs very good. I did not test the 3 attachments with the drill. The attachments are #881 bench stand with instructions, #882 orbital sanding attachment in original box & #886 jig stone
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Explain what you mean by "a folded lat"? Did Millers Falls use something different. And also, I have never studied MFs, but I've found that the uses of mixed Vintage parts is much more prominent (and yes....I Know that's quite a stretch) in Sargent made house brand planes, and that goes back very early.
VINTAGE MILLERS FALLS Multi Tool, Rosewood Handle, With 6 Bits, Very Nice! $35.95. Vintage Millers Falls Multi ToolRosewood Handle With 6 Bits This is a vintage Millers Falls Multi-Tool with a hollow rosewood handle containing 6 different bits. This unique piece is in very good condition for its age! These are a hard to find sets with all its accompanying pieces and
A Millers Falls Home Page. Randy Roeder has carved out a niche for himself with his fine website devoted to the history of the Millers Falls Company, from its founding in Massachusetts in 1868 to its move to New Jersey in 1982. The company was famous for hand braces, chest drills, and hand drills, so naturally Roeder’s site is encyclopedic on
A Massachusetts-based entity until 1982, the firm was incorporated as the Millers Falls Manufacturing Company in 1868, was renamed the Millers Falls Company in 1872 and became a division of Ingersoll-Rand in 1962. Operations were relocated to New Jersey in 1982 following a leveraged buyout.