Lever-action cut-off (sometimes called a forming slide) topped with a short-travel lever-action tool slide. Each toolpost could be adjusted precisely for height by turning a knurled-edge ring
Boring attachment with an eccentric-setting toolholder.
Hand-frosted T-slotted faceplate and angle plate.
Tailstock to use with Grinding head.
Toolpost-mounted grinding attachment with pivot adjustment for height setting. The hand knob (by which means the stone was advanced and retracted) was free to spin on the shaft. A small adjustable stop was provided to set the depth of travel.
Unusual lever-action tailstock with rotating spindle and multiple adjustable stops