What is believed to be an early version of the VF-600 miller mounted on a heavy base in cast iron
Wire connecting vertical head to the weight within the column
Owners report that the maker's cylindrical mass was insufficient to allow easy up and down movement of the vertical head - hence the addition, on this example, of two iron castings
Heavily constructed compound table - note the stout gib block on the cross feed; this was adjusted by bolts pressing against its lower face
The tapered-face, crisply engraved micrometer dials were given a non-glare, satin-chrome finish
A genuine Mattson & Zetterlund 250 mm rotary table with its characteristic low profile with a central hole 40 mm in diameter to take a plug for Morse 2 or 3 taper. The unit was relatively light and extremely handy in use.
Micrometer dial and table stop. The dial, 58 mm in diameter, has the larger lines indicating a feed of 0.1 mm and the smaller 0.05 mm. The table stop is graduated at 0.1 mm per line.
Lever to engage the head-mounted 5 : 1 ratio, speed-reducing lathe-like backgear assembly