Excerpt from General Electric Review, 1912, Vol. 15
The cost of installation should be kept down to a minimum, but should not be done so cheaply as to prejudice a Visitor against changing his machines. Cast brackets should be used in preference to forgings, as a few well-desi... gned patterns can often be used on several different machines by trimming fit ting strips and filling the crevices with soft metal. Attention should be given to the appearance of the drive, as a set of brackets with square edges and corners looks decidedly out of place when attached to a machine the general lines of which are well-rounded. It is surprising how much improvement can be made in the looks of a casting if the pattern maker spends a little extra time in rounding the corners and edges of the pattern.
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