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Number: 164/212
Name: Metal founding > Means to shape a forming surface > Including means for compacting particulate fluent mold materials > Press type compactor > Fluid pressure means reciprocating or oscillating mold shaping member
Description: Apparatus including fluid pressure means moving a mold shaping member in an oscillatory or reciprocatory movement, generally to provide engagement with a substantially stationary rammer member.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4254816 Apparatus for manufacturing mold parts Mar. 10, 1981
4230172 Molding apparatus with a compressed air squeeze plate Oct. 28, 1980
4114678 Mold forming apparatus with mold flask bracer means Sep. 19, 1978
4091858 Apparatus for making molds by sequential squeezing May. 30, 1978
4077461 Apparatus for effecting simultaneous free-fall jolting and squeezing of foundry molds during production thereof Mar. 7, 1978

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