This section is from the book "Spons' Mechanics' Own Book: A Manual For Handicraftsmen And Amateurs", by Edward Spon. Also available from Amazon: Spons' Mechanics' Own Book.
Fig. 192 is a folding or hatchet stake, which may be replaced by a strip of iron with a sharp edge, over which the margins of sheets are bent. Fig. 193 is a taper stake used for folding tubes of tapering form; a parallel stake is also required for cylinders. Fig. 194 is a pair of folding rollers. Fig. 195 is a machine for turning over edges and running a wire through the rim formed to give it strength. Fig. 196 is a machine for closing the bottoms of vessels. Fig. 197 is a burring machine. Fig. 198 is a tea-kettle bottom stake; Fig. 199, a funnel stake; Fig. 200, a side stake; Fig. 201, a tinmen's and braziers' horse; Fig. 202, a saucepan belly stake.