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U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 425: Plastic Article Or Earthenware Shaping Or Treating: Apparatus

This is the generic class for: 1. Apparatus including a molding surface which either shapes a fluent or bulk material, which material has plasticity as a property, into a self-sustaining article or preform of desired shape or reshapes or resizes a plastic or "green" preform or product. 2. Apparatus for shaping of molten materials including metal, but excluding glass, where no molding surface is employed. 3. Apparatus for treating a product made by the apparatus of this class. 4. Apparatus for randomly depositing and particulate material.

Subclass 376.1: STOCK PRESSURIZING MEANS OPERABLY ASSOCIATED WITH DOWNSTREAM SHAPING ORIFICE
Subclass 405.1: MEANS TO CREATE A VACUUM OR APPLY FLUID PRESSURE WITHIN A PRESS FORMING MOLD
Subclass 73: INCLUDING VENTILATING TYPE HOOD OR CHAMBER ENCASING A MATERIAL HANDLER
Subclass 79: Continuous length product formation

Class 419: Powder Metallurgy Processes

This is the generic class for producing metals, alloys or metal containing compositions in a solid or compact state from powdered or particulate material with or without heating.

Subclass 60: Vacuum
Subclass 67: Extrusion

Class 501: Compositions: Ceramic

This is the generic class for: Glass compositions and compositions for making glass, i.e., glass batch compositions, devitrified glass-ceramic compositions and processes for producing such compositions. These compositions may be regarded as thermoplastic compositions. Refractory compositions comprising primarily earthy, inorganic materials, and/or elemental carbon. Fired clay containing compositions in the nature of porcelain, earthenware, and similar materials. These compositions may be regarded as thermosetting compositions

Subclass 143: And flint or feldspar
Subclass 155: Composed of waste material
Subclass 32: Glass and material other than glass (e.g., crystal glass, opal glass, etc.)