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front Hand Hewn Pulley
c. 1850
A pulley and a rope create a simple machine to lift or pull heavy materials.
front Whitworth Hand Tap & Die set made by Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation during WWII
Two Greenfield, Massachusetts companies- Greenfield Tap & Die (GTD) and Threadwell Tap & Die- were critical to the British war effort because they were suppliers of these tools during the war.
front Go and No-Go Thread and Plug Gages made by Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation during WWII
The quality of gages that could measure a piece of machinery as a "Go" or "No-Go" machine component, gave America a distinct advantage in World War II (WWII)
front Components of a Proximity Fuze made by Raytheon Manufacturing Company during WWII
Components of this device, known as a "proximity fuze," were developed by the Raytheon Manufacturing Company in Greenfield, Massachusetts, during World War II (WWII).
front Threadwell Tap and Die Company's Tap & Die set made in WWII
In 1934, the Threadwell Tap & Die Company was formed and located on Arch Street in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
front Partial sample of Saleman's Kit marketed by Threadwell Tap and Die Company
c. 1950
This is an example of a part of a traveling salesman's kit for the Threadwell Tap & Die Company in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
front Millers Falls Company's Micrometer with box
c. 1940
This instrument can measure a dimension to within 1/10,000 of an inch precision.
front Bit Brace Drill manufactured by Millers Falls Company
c. 1940
This tool, made by the Millers Falls Company of Greenfield and Millers Falls, Massachusetts, is known as a "bit brace drill."
front Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation Limit snap gage with bullet
c. 1940
This "limit snap gage" was developed by the Greenfield Tap & Die Corporation (GTD) in Greenfield, Massachusetts.


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