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Drill for Making Square Holes (Patent No: 212018)

Inventor: Bridarolli, Valentine

Location: Calgary

Comments: N/A

Description: Valentine Bridarolli, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 31st May, 1921: 6 years. Filed 12th June, 1919. Receipt No.311,029.

Claim.—A square hole drill consisting of a three-bladed member provided with flat cutting edges radiating from a centre, the said cutting edges adapted to plane the material to be drilled within a guide, the guide edges designed to act as an oscillatory medium, the perpendicular edges of the said cutting edges acting as reamers and a means of revolving the said, drill within the guide, all substantially as described.

Claim allowed, 1.


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