These inexpensive trivet machines, undoubtedly inspired by the European Puck models, were introduced around 1903. The AP, almost identical to the machine depicted here, was devoid of a feed screw, the reproducer being advanced solely via the grooves of the cylinder. The AQ was equipped with a primitive feed mechanism.
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