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1893 - George II and Fred Graham formed the Gorton and Graham Machine Co.
1895 - George II incorporated the George Gorton Machine Company.
1898 - Company enters into its first patent licensing agreement, with Taylor & Hobson of Leicester, England for an engraving machine.
1955 - George II dies, aged 90.
1975 - Gorton Machine division closed in 1975
Lars Machine - Lars was a spinoff from Gorton. Lars built the Gorton pantographs and cutter-grinders. Founded by Chuck Larsen, who worked with Gorton for a number of years.
In 1987, Famco Machine company acquired Gorton Machine Tool products along with the Lars Corporation products and moved same to its newly expanded Kenosha facility. These products include the Gorton pantograph (engraving) line as well as the Lars tool and cutter grinders.
In 1994, William Blasi purchased 100% of the assets of Famco Gorton/Lars.
In 1996, Famco Machine Division, Belco Industries Incorporated acquired the assets of Milwaukee Slide and Spindle company.More about Gorton fonts you can see on page
Characters for pantographs
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* 01 Engraving machines
A design or text engraved on a material.
Engraving methods: 3D engraving, CNC engraving, Laser engraving, Cylindrical Engraving, Deep Engraving, Diamond engraving, Dot pen engraving, Drag Engraving, Hend engraving, Ring Engraving, Roll engraving, Rotary Engraving, Rotogravure.
Engraving product: Awards, Badges, Door Signs, Gun, Gifts, Jewelry, Key Tags, Knife, Medals, Memorial plaques, Mold, Name Plates, Pens, Pet & ID Tags, Picture, Plaques, Ring, Sculptures, Signs, Stamps, Technical Plates, Tools, Trophy Plates.
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