A family-owned company with its corporate headquarters in Erie, PA, Morris Coupling has manufacturing facilities in Erie and Knoxville, TN, as well as distribution warehouses in Canada and Europe.My name is Mike Huntter and i am a happy boy who enjoy life, i like going out with my friends and have a good time.I believe the edwards nut ran under his own name for awile afterward but not for very long. In a moment of weakness, I actually attempted to relate it to a reporter for the Wall Street Journal who was doing an invention story several years ago. Later when I read it, he'd got so many facts wrong that I realized that it was too complicated unless you happened to already know the principles and what they do or did.The original Edwards nut can sometimes be found on Ebay. Just the names of the parties involved - Kramer, Kahler, Schaller, Fender, Yamaha, blah blah...
Our sockets and wrenches outperform ordinary tools.
The ad is also curious as there are two non-angled banana heads with no retainer bar and a three and three Les Paul type headstock of which Kramer never produced. Before long, Kramer along with other manufacturers, introduced their own versions of the unit with inferior results thereby destroying the image and the legacy of the cam-tightened nut.
Kramer and Bill Edwards parted ways after a short run.
Available in: Morris Coupling offers a 70 year commitment to serve our customers with quality products and superior service unequaled in the pneumatic and vacuum conveying industries.
Founded in 1941, Morris began its entry into pneumatic conveying through its design and introduction of the industry's first compression coupling - still the standard of the industry after more than 60 years.