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Number: 223/60
Name: Apparel apparatus > Forming, pressing, molding, and stretching > Pressing or molding > Stocking
Description: Means and methods for pressing a stocking. Usually the form is heated either by the press plates or an internal steam or hot-air or water current.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5954244 Apparatus for processing socks Sep. 21, 1999
5316188 Apparatus for stretching tubular material with a least one closed end on a stretcher May. 31, 1994
5094371 Finishing device for stockings hose Mar. 10, 1992
4919315 Apparatus for finishing pantyhose Apr. 24, 1990
4903415 Machine for flaw-checking and drying stockings and the like Feb. 27, 1990
4726497 Hosiery processing apparatus and method Feb. 23, 1988
4703877 Automatic hose-fitting apparatus Nov. 3, 1987
4401244 Automatic apparatus for superimposing, folding and transferring pairs of stockings to a collection station Aug. 30, 1983

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