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THE MACHINE-SHOP cylinder faces on an Ingersoll machine. Four spindles are operating together on two components at a time. On the left side the crank case and manifold K CJ .2 faces are machined—these two faces being used as registers for machining the top face, and the inspection cover faces on the other side of the machine. The fixture will take twelve castings, so that it will be seen that six are pleted at each setting.