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The Model 94 Heavy-Duty Press provides for indenting a variety of items with numbers and letters.
The operation of the Model 94 is very simple. Depth of impression is adjustable by a knurled nut on the bottom of the press. The table is adjusted up or down for the proper depth. The operator rotates the dial and pulls the lever to stamp the chosen character. Upon release of the lever the table spaces one character space. The procedure is repeated until the line is completed. A "half stroke" of the lever produces a blank space.
The table insert is moveable in or out without disturbing the clamped parts. Graduated lines are stamped into the left side of the table insert in 1/16" increments. An arrow is stamped into the guide rail to be used as a reference point.
There is a stop for setting the left hand margin. At the end of the line, the operator depresses the lever a half stroke. the table can then be moved to the right manually, against the margin stop.
The character wheels are meticulously engraved for accuracy, strength and alignment. Crafted from high grade tool steel, they are precision heat treated for severe usage and long life. Heavy duty cast iron construction is used throughout the machine. All parts are machined; no die cast parts are used.
Characters on Standard Dials (42)
Machine Shipping Weight
Overall Height and Width
Different size dials are interchangeable, but each size character requires a different spacing rack.
Number of Characters per Inch
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