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