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Two models of the little perfecto tool and cutter grinder were available, the floor-stand-mounted C.G.1 and the C.G.2 for mounting on a bench. In the 1970s, the former was listed at £248.25 and the latter at £200.75. Both were mechanically identical with a universal head holding a 1.25-inch diameter spindle and equipped with two centre brackets and centres, one tooth rest for spiral flute cutters, two "setting" pieces and, in addition for the C.G.1 only, a light unit.
Electrical equipment consisted of a 0.5 h.p. motor (usually by Hoover) running at 2,800 r.p.m. and available in either single of three-phase form.
The twin T-slot table ran on flat and V-ways and could be set over 15 degrees each side of zero. The slides were all protected by bellows and the down and cross-feed handwheels purchased economically from Myford - their original use being for the end of the leadscrew on Super 7 lathes.