The distinction between a "major" and a "minor" product is of course entirely subjective. To a Star Parts accountant evaluating sales revenue, some of these "minor" parts may have been quite important.
The "minor" products here tend to be individual parts or attachments for the machines. By way of contrast, the "major" products given their own sections above tend to be complete systems (such as the Quadders) or well-known standalone devices (such as the Matrix Repair Tool).
E-1480A Griffith Flapper
E-1480A Griffith/Improved First Elevator Slide Filling Piece (flapper). Machinist's Helper, No. 119.
G-2845 Distributor Shifter Slide Buffer
Advertisement (107-U-KL-SEM); new construction in nylon.
M-9 Knife Wiper
"Instructions for Installing M-9 Knife Wiper," Form 73.
M-11 Automatic First Elevator Jaw Line Stop
M-21 Adjustable Slug Trip and Buffer
M39E-E52 Distributor Stop Safety Switch
Distributor Stop Safety Switch for Linotype, Wiring Diagram for "Switch, Micro, M39E-E52."
M-58 Slug Jogger
Z-84 Vise Aligning Block
Flyer. Instructions (Forms 60 and 150).
Z-128 Box Rail Aligning Gauge
For aligning the Distributor Box's Box Rail. "Instructions for Star Box Rail Aligning Gauge," Form 56.
Distributor Box Improvements
Mold Coolers (Blowers)
There were at least two versions, M-15 and M-79. There was also a "Model 'B'," which might be the M-79.
Mold Driving Pinion Shaft Friction
F-3496 or F-3496-A for Linotypes, S-75 or S-320 for Intertypes.
Transfer and Alignment Tool
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