on "Low Table"
and Howland modified the "Split-Frame". In this
version the casting is thinner and the movable part of
the frame has a v-shaped piece of metal and a small
pin, which are guided by a track along the perimeter
of the turntable. Unlike the Heavy Frame and the Tilt-Frame,
the movable part of this parer is not a first-class lever.
part of the frame is instead placed on the
same axle as the table gear and hand-driven gear. As
the turntable track bows out the v-shaped metal and pin
part of the
frame to slide backwards, which pushes the apple off the fork.
Note the raised frame was abandoned.