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Manufactured by Herman Beichle of Heidenheim-Schnaitheim, in Germany, the massively-built Combined Universal Die Milling Machine. The practical result of this arrangement was that, at one setting a job could be machined on several sides in a number of angular positions – and even radial surfaces that transformed into planes could be completed in one operation (i.e. both circular and straight milling was possible in one continuous operation) the makers claiming that the transition from one to another would be invisible on the finished article

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