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[[Image: Im195612PH-Cintride.jpg|thumb|December 1956]]
 
[[Image: Im195612PH-Cintride.jpg|thumb|December 1956]]
 
[[Image:Im195705PH-Cintride.jpg|thumb| May 1957.]]
 
[[Image:Im195705PH-Cintride.jpg|thumb| May 1957.]]
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[[Image:Im1961aBen-Cintride.jpg|thumb| 1961.]]
  
 
'''Cintride masonry drills'''
 
'''Cintride masonry drills'''
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of Grange Lane Works, Sheffield, 5
 
of Grange Lane Works, Sheffield, 5
  
* 1960 Patent - An improved method of and means for metal brazing, such as copper brazing. <ref>[http://www.wikipatents.com/gb/0946293.html] Wikipatents</ref>
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1960 Patent - An improved method of and means for metal brazing, such as copper brazing. <ref>[http://www.wikipatents.com/gb/0946293.html] Wikipatents</ref>
  
* 1965 Patent - Improvements in or relating to cutting tools having removable tips. <ref>[http://www.wikipatents.com/gb/1095261.html] Wikipatents</ref>
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1965 Patent - Improvements in or relating to cutting tools having removable tips. <ref>[http://www.wikipatents.com/gb/1095261.html] Wikipatents</ref>
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 09:02, 2 November 2018

December 1956
May 1957.
1961.

Cintride masonry drills

of Grange Lane Works, Sheffield, 5

1960 Patent - An improved method of and means for metal brazing, such as copper brazing. [1]

1965 Patent - Improvements in or relating to cutting tools having removable tips. [2]

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