Tilt-Frame Turn Table Apple Parer
Goodell and Robb further modified the "Split-Frame" by
tilting the turntable. This allows the parings to fall
onto the table, so
that they do not clog the gears. Notice they went back to a raised
frame and used the same mechanism for the push-off as
described earlier for the Heavy Frame.
This parer is marked PATENTED JUNE 17 & DEC.
16, 1856. TURN TABLE APPLE PARER MANFD BY LOCKEY & HOWLAND.
PAT. NOV. 22, 1870. The tilt-frame design is actually based upon a patent granted to Goodell and Robb on February 12, 1878 which does not appear on the parer (Goodell and Robb, 1878).
Goodell, D. H. and Robb, W., inventors; 1878 Feb. 12. Improvement in Apple Parers. US200279.