Quick change toolholder patented by Elledge and Mann
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    Default Quick change toolholder patented by Elledge and Mann

    I came across this tray (see attached) of small quick change tool holders for the milling machine. No chuck for the holders, alas. Seems to be a similar idea to the Falcon-Kwicklock, but a more aggressive bayonet slot. I could not find a maker's name on any of them, but most do have a patent number roll stamped or acid etched on them. That patent (US 2960343) was taken out by Martin Elledge and William Mann in 1960. No company or firm is listed, but clearly they went into production. Most of the tools also have a tool catalog number, like T-301D. Anyone recognize these and can put a name to them? Elledge is not a common name, but I have not had any luck searching for that in conjunction to quick-change or even 'tool'.

    Goal is to put a name to them and then list on fleabay so that in the remote chance that someone is actually still using these, they will be able to find them!

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    Thanks, Doug

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    What do you want for the lot?


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