Definition of Mortiser
1. one that mortises [n -S] - See also: mortises
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Literary usage of Mortiser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Railway Shop Up to Date: A Reference Book of Up to Date American Railway by Maham H. Haig (1907)
"Emery grinder and dust guard machine mortiser R. Ball & Co. Shaper . ... Co 15 Bevel band saw 40 Ins. Band saw 42 Ins. Horizontal mortiser . ..."
2. Handbook for Machine Designers and Draftsmen by Frederick Arthur Halsey (1913)
"Fay-Egan automatic gainer, also combination gainer and mortiser . ... Vertical hollow chisel mortiser and borer Fay-Egan 14 i-in. double-cylinder surfacer: ..."
3. Dynamometers and the Measurement of Power: A Treatise on the Construction by John Joseph Flather (1900)
"Horizontal Wood-mortiser and Boring- machine; will mortise 8J inches deep by II inches long; 86 strokes per minute. Running empty Cutting mortise in soft ..."
4. Wood Craft: A Journal of Woodworking, with which is Incorporated "The (1914)
"mortiser, Egan. grad, stroke, extra heavy. mortiser and borer, Cordesman make, $75. Planer and matcher, 24-in. 3-side, small. Planer and matcher, 24-in. ..."
5. Safety Engineering (1915)
"AUTOMATIC GUARD ON HOLLOW mortiser. The mechanic who is delegated to equip ... HOLLOW mortiser. The automatic guard over the tool works in conjunction with ..."