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IBM International Industrial Scale

IBM International Industrial Scale

IBM International Industrial Scale
IBM International Industrial Scale
The International Scale Co., formerly the American Scale Company of Chicago, was organized in 1930 as an IBM division to carry on all business involving industrial scales. These portable scales were used in factories, mills, warehouses and stores. The head mechanism contained only 11 moving parts, and the ribbon cam tracks were ground accurately to a tolerance of 25/100,000 inch.