& Howland Raised Table
Goodell applied the raised base concept used on the split-frame design to the regular turntable model. Perhaps raising the turntable up off the working surface
helped reduce problems caused by accumulating peels? Notice
also sports a V-shaped cutting arm.
Reading Hardware inverted the turntable design in their '77 and '78 parers to prevent parings from clogging the gears. In a June 1897 advertisement Goodell poked fun at such improvements (Kirchhoff, 1897, p. 76).