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MILL FIXTURE BASESCast Iron For mounting on a T-slotted machine table, see Sure-Lock Fixture Keys and T Nuts. FEATURES: Perfect start for a small-tomedium-size milling fixture. Top surface is ground flat and parallel to the bottom within .002" TIR. Ready to mount on virtually any milling machine, reducing tooling cost and lead time considerably. Thick, reinforced cast iron construction provides excellent rigidity. MOUNTING: Each base is jig bored for two Sure-Lock Fixture Keys. Slotted tangs are useful for fastening to the machine. SIZES: Available in four standard fixture sizes see Dimensions page for part numbers, and Size Comparison page for a group photo of all sizes: 6 x 9" 8 x 12" 10 x 15" 12 x 18" MATERIAL: Gray cast iron, ASTM class 40. This item will no longer be available after our existing inventory is sold.

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HONDA HISTORY Get impressed like i was after reading this History . 1906 1910 1922 1930 1931 1936 1937 1942 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1951 1952 :Soichiro Honda was Born ( Founder of HONDA ) :Takeo Fujisawa was Born :Honda left school to work as a Mechanic :Fujisawa enters the 57th Infantry Regiment of the Japanese Army :Honda received his patent for iron wheel Fujisawa left the Army :Honda's first race in All-Japan Rally :Honda's first company Tokai Seikai Heavy Industry Perfected die-cast piston rings :Toyota Motor acquires 40% of TSHI :Honda sell his remaining 60% of TSHI to Toyota Motor :Soichiro Honda establishes the Honda Technical Research Institute :Kiyoshi Kawashima enter the Company (became President in 73) Honda produces its first product, the A-type bicycle engine :Honda Motor Company Ltd. Established :Honda produces its first motorcycle, the 98cc, 2-cycle Dream Takeo Fujisawa join the Honda Motor Company :The Dream Type E 4-stroke 146cc motorcycle :Honda Cub 50cc Scooter (Type F)

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1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

1953 :Honda workers joined and organized Worker's Union Benly 90cc motorcycle (Type J) Honda releases its first power product engine 1954 :Juno 200cc Scooter (Type K) Honda motorcycles race in the Isle of Man Juno Scooter exported to the U.S. :R&D Center set up The Dream C-70 250cc 4 Stroke Motorcycle :The Honda Super Cub motor bike debuts :The Honda Racing Team participates in the Isle of Man TT Race, taking 6th place in the 125cc motorcycle class American Honda Motor Co., Inc. opens in Los Angeles Honda begins motorcycle production at its Suzuka factory :First oversea production facility (in Taiwan) :Honda's famous ad campaign "You Meet the Nicest People on a Honda" launches :Honda T360 light Truck Honda releases the S500, its first sports car, in Japan :Honda competes in Formula 1 Grand Prix for the first time :Honda S600 roadster sportscar Asian Honda Motor Co. established Auto production begins at Honda's Saitama factory in Sayama, Japan 1965 :Exported Honda S600 roadster Honda records first F1 victory in Mexico (1,500cc) Honda introduces the E300 portable generator

1966 :Honda N360 mini-compact car with air-cooled engine debuts 1967 :Honda wins F1 Grand Prix in Italy (3,000cc) Auto production begins at Honda's Suzuka factory 1968 :Honda 1300cc (air-cooled) sub compact car 1969 :The Honda Dream CB750 Four motorcycle debuts in North America 1972 :Honda Civic debuts 1973 :CVCC engine complies with Clean Air Amendments for 1975 License CVCC technology to Ford, Chrysler, and Izusu Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa retire from Honda Motor Kiyoshi Kawashima becomes President of Honda Motor 1974 :Honda Goldwing GL-1000 motorcycle Honda CVCC engine pass the EPA emission test 1976 :Honda Accord Compact Car

1977 :Honda Civic ranks first in U.S. fuel-economy tests for fourth consecutive year 1978 :Honda Prelude debuts

1979 :Honda of America Manufacturing opens and begins motorcycle assembly 1980 :Compact size Honda Quint (Integra) Groundbreaking for an Automobile plant in Ohio 1981 :Honda wins 500cc Motocross World Championship for the third consecutive year 1982 :Honda of America Manufacturing begins assembly of the Honda Accord Honda Accord (2nd Generation) 1983 :Honda Civic CRX wins first place for gasoline-car fuel consumption in U.S. tests Honda returns to F1 Racing after a 15-year hiatus

1984 :Honda Research of America opens Lawnmower assembly begins at Honda Power Equipment Manufacturing Inc. Honda Civic (3rd Generation) Honda Civic CRX Honda Prelude (2nd Generation) 1986 :Acura Division (upscale division selling Honda Products) Acura Legend Luxury Sedan V6 (Honda Legend) Acura Integra (Honda Quint Integra) Honda Accord (3 Generation) 1987 :Prelude becomes first passenger car in the world to employ 4-wheel steering American-assembled Accord Coupe and Gold Wing Touring motorcycles importing to Japan commences Acura Legend Coupe 1988 :Honda Civic (4th Generation) Real-time 4 Wheel Drive Civic Wagovan Honda CRX (2nd Generation) Honda Accord Coupe 1989 :Soichiro Honda becomes first Asian to be inducted into U.S. Automotive Hall of Fame Accord becomes best-selling car model in the United States 1990 :The Acura NSX, a new sports car, debuts Honda wins its fifth consecutive 1st ranking in the J.D. Power Consumer Satisfaction Index Acura Integra (2nd Generation) Honda Accord (4th Generation) Sedan, Coupe, and Wagon Acura Legend (2nd Generation)

1991 :Honda posts 10th consecutive win in the Isle of Man TT Ultra fuel-efficient VTEC-E engine debuts in new Civic Discontinued Honda CRX Founder Soichiro Honda passes away

1992 :Honda Civic (5th Generation) Honda Prelude (4th Generation) Honda Del Sol VTEC engine - Variable Valve Timing 1993 :Honda Civic Coupe , Dual Air Bags Acura Vigor 5 cylinder Sports Sedan Honda's power product engines are first to meet new California emissions regulations Honda wins the world's major solar race, the World Solar Challenge in 1993, with the Honda Dream 1994 :Honda enters the Indy Car World Series Honda Accord (5th Generation) Honda Odyssey "minivan" Honda Passport (re-badged Isuzu Rodeo) Acura Integra (3 Generation) Acura SLX (re-badged Isuzu Trooper)

1995 :Honda introduces the first gasoline-powered vehicle to meet LEV (Low-Emission Vehicle) standards Acura TL Sports Sedan (replaced Vigor in name) 1996 :Honda introduces the Acura CL, developed and produced in the United States, using U.S. and globally sourced parts. Honda announces plans to produce an electric-powered vehicle Sales of the Honda Valkyrie, a new American-assembled custom motorcycle, begin Honda wins the IndyCar Manufacturer's Championship Honda wins the World Solar Challenge Honda Civic (6th Generation)

1997 :Honda begins to lease the Honda EV PLUS electric vehicle Accord and Civic Low-Emission Vehicle (LEV) sales commence throughout the United States and Canada Accord and Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) sales begin in California Acura RL Luxury Sedan (replaced Legend in name) Acura Integra Type R Honda Prelude (5th Generation) 1998 :Assembly of the Civic GX, a vehicle powered by compressed natural gas, begins in Ohio Honda wins the CART Engine Manufacturer's Championship Honda Passport (2nd Generation built by Isuzu) Honda CRV mini SUV 1999 :Honda Motor Co., Inc. celebrates its 50th Anniversary Honda wins the CART Engine Manufacturer's Championship

Honda Accord (6th Generation)

2000 :Honda Odyssey Minivan - largest Honda built Acura TL (2nd Generation) Honda breaks ground on a new $440 million auto plant near Lincoln, Alabama S2000 Roadster Acura CL Coupe (2nd Generation)