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Method and device for installing open seal










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8117728.

A method of installing an open seal on a flange provided at a door installation opening of a vehicle, the installation being made by pressing the seal against the flange by a roller. A side face of the open seal temporarily installed on the flange is pressed by the tapered outer peripheral surface of a flange formed at one end of the roller body. Then, a back face of the open seal is pressed by the roller towards the flange. The roller is moved along the flange with constant pressing force.








 
 
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