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Jones & Shipman Universal
and Tool & Cutter Grinder
- early model 1910 to 1920s -

Manuals are available for most Jones & Shipman Grinders

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Pre-dating the later and heavier Model 305 and lighter (and somewhat similar) 310 this early Jones & Shipman "Universal and Tool and Cutter Grinder" was a particularly well-made and compact machine and, with suitable accessories, capable of surface, external and internal cylindrical and tool and cutter grinding. The example shown may date from WW1 and would originally have been offered with a wide range of extra to extend its versatility even further.
Tool and cutter grinders fall into three broad categories: (1) special types of limited functionality used, for example, for the sharpening of "D bits" and other cutters used by pantograph engravers; (2) standard machines for the grinding of the such ordinary items as, for example, mills, slot drills, side-and-face cutters and slab mills and (3) the more versatile "universal" machines, such as the K.O.Lee, where the design allowed other forms of grinding - surface and cylindrical for example - to take place. When considering the purchase of a tool and cutter grinder be sure that it does not fall into category (1) - check that it has a similar range of movements and settings available on standard machines such as the Clarkson and Quorn. Should you need a more versatile example (like the example on this page), compare it to the K.O.Lee, LeBlond and Jones and Shipman Model 310 and 1014. While tool and cutter grinders are a most useful addition to any workshop, do beware of buying one without accessories; although some limited work is possible, to exploit the machine fully, rather more is required. Installed in a professional workshop a typical example might well be complete with a number of additional items including such as items as: a radial grinding attachment; collets; a universal grinding head; universal (double swivel) work-holding fixture; a self-contained, table-mounted motor-driven workhead; sensitive workhead and a selection of precision, very slightly tapered arbors to hold workpieces..

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Manuals are available for most Jones & Shipman Grinders

Toolroom Grinding Machines
Model 1014 Universal Toolroom

Model 1212 Precision Cylindrical

Model 1212 Precision Cylindrical (Newer)

Model 1310 Plain, Semi & Fully Universal

Model 1311 Cylindrical (Newer)

Model 1300/1305 Plain, Semi & Fully Universal

Model 1314 Universal Toolroom

Model 1314 Universal Toolroom (Newer)

Model 310 Tool & Cutter Grinder

Model 1600 Cone Centre Lapping Machine

Light Universal - Early 1920s Model

Model 520 Miniature Cylindrical

Surface Grinding Machines
Model 540  6" x 18"

Model 540H  6" x 18" hand-operated

Model 1540  6" x 18" Toolroom/production

Model 1400  8" x 24"

Model 1011  12" x 27"

Honing Machines
Model 150 Hydrohoner Horizontal

Model 738 Microhoner Production Type

Model 715 Hydrohoner 1" to 6" Capacity

Special Purpose Honing Machines

Production Grinding Machines
Models 1015 Super-S Hydrosine Precision

Models 1030/3 Plain Cylindrical

Models 1032/33 Cylindrical (newer)

Model   1040 Cylindrical (newer)

Models 1048/49 Plain Cylindrical

Models 1049/51/52/53 Cylindrical (newer)

Models 1054/55 Cylindrical (newer)

Models 1050/51/52/53/57/58 Cylindrical

Model   1070 Cylindrical (newer)
General Grinding Equipment and
Attachments
"Diaform" Wheel-forming Attachment

"Profiloscope" Form Grinding Equipment

"Optidress" Grinding Attachment

Radius & Angular Wheel Forming Attachment

Sine Bar Hob Grinding Attachment

PG Optical Dividing Head

Radius Wheel Forming Attachment

Radial Grinding & Wheel Forming Attachment

Coolant and Clarifier Units

Internal Grinding Spindles

Precision Machine & Sine Vices

Static Balancing Units

Relief Grinding and Fluting Attachment

Permanent Magnet Chucks