Model 118. 2201 Duplicator?

by Steve
(Newport, Oregon)

I bought this at an estate sale. Tags says Model 118. 2201 Sears Roebuck & Co. Just wondering what it was called when sold and the age of this machine. Looks like the 1940's maybe. Works great. Very interesting machine, have never seen one before. Having trouble getting this site to accept my picture. This is some sort of duplicating machine. This has 2 arms that pivot back and forth. One arm has a motorized unit with a chuck to take a cutter on the other arm a stylus point to follow the profile or outline of the object being dupicated. There is a heavy counter balance at the far end and this slide back and forth on a track. Works great, nicely balanced.

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