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Landry; Phillip
New Bedford, MA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5935500 Compression mold with rubber shims August 10, 1999
A method for position at least one pair of opposing half-molds in a compression mold that has opposing plates that are compressible towards each other. The method includes placing a shim of a curable material between a first one of the plates and at least one of the half-molds. The m
5795596 Compression mold with rubber shims August 18, 1998
A compression mold having first and second steel plates. First and second frame members are attached to the first and second plates respectively and have a plurality of cavities for receiving replaceable half-molds. The mold further includes a plurality of first and second half-molds

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