Puzzling Together A Gear Pioneer
The article "Puzzling Together A Gear Pioneer" appeared in the September/October 2001 issue of Gear Technology.
The Dictionary of American Biography describes him as "one of the founders of the gear-cutting industry in the United State." He built the first hobbing machine for cutting spur gears. He founded the companies that are now Boston Gear and Philadelphia Gear Corp.
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