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Unformatted text preview: takes about 10 seconds. The gobs enter the molds on one side called the blank mold. This creates the preliminary form of the container, called the parison. The parison is transferred to the other side of the mold and formed into its final shape and size. There are two processes for forming glass containers: press-and-blow molding and blow-and-blow molding. http://www.gpi.org/glassresources/education/manufacturing/section-34-forming-process.html...
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- Spring '08