Machine for the production of glassware articles by the press an

Glass manufacturing – Processes – Forming product or preform from molten glass

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65 79, 65223, 65224, 65229, 65237, 65264, C03B 9195

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056858884

ABSTRACT:
A machine for the production of glassware articles by pressing and blowing molten glass gobs fed from a glass gob feeder, comprises at least a blank mold and a corresponding pressing plunger, mounted at a stationary parison forming station, and four forming stations mounted around a 90.degree. indexed rotary carrier, each comprising a blow head, a neck ring and a blow mold, so as to rotate to a first forming position coinciding with the parison forming station, and to second, third and fourth forming positions spaced 90.degree. from each other, for reheating, blowing, and take out operations.

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