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Number: 164/384
Name: Metal founding > Flask or flask section > Plural part flask or flask section
Description: Apparatus wherein the flask or flask section is composed of more than one separable part.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
164/392 Having separable sides (e.g., snap-type, etc.) 3
164/385 Including guide means to align superposed flask sections 5

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6244328 Mold for automatically working mold systems and a process for the manufacture of the molds Jun. 12, 2001
5853042 Drag mold release mechanism Dec. 29, 1998
4899806 Apparatus for flaskless sand casting Feb. 13, 1990
3995685 Foundry flask clamp Dec. 7, 1976

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