I just today stumbled across a Stanley No 194. I'd never seen one
before. I found it described as a fibreboard beveler but was unable to
find a description of how it operates or a large enough picture to be
able to tell.
It appears this one may be missing the actual cutter although the fence
assembly is present I can't for the life of me decide how it must have
worked. Anybody got more information?
That seems to be an understatement... :)
I saw another (not quite so melodramatic <g>) description of the
function previously and a small (thumbnail, in essence) overview picture
but I still don't know exactly how the blade looked or how it was
Looks as though it may be collectible simply from the scarcity
standpoint but probably of little other value/use.... :(
OK, Dave, thanks--that answers my question of "how the heck did this
This one has the bed iron, just no blade and I was trying to visualize
what/how it was supposed to be used (and used for).
Unfortunately, while something of a curiousity, I see no gain in having
found it... :)
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