USPC-to-IPC Reverse Concordance for IPC Subclass - B27M Working Of Wood Not Provided For In Subclasses B27B - B27L;Manufacture Of Specific Wooden Articles
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USPC-to-IPC Reverse Concordance for
IPC Subclass - B27M
Working Of Wood Not Provided For In Subclasses B27B - B27L;Manufacture Of Specific Wooden Articles

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IPC GroupU.S. ClassU.S. Subclass
1  /  00 144 329
    144 358     -     360
    144 363     -     364
    144 371
    144 380
    144 90.1     -     91.2
    144 24.19
1  /  02 144 361     -     362
1  /  04 144 196     -     197
1  /  08 144 3.1
    144 367     -     378
    144 4.5
3  /  00 144 5     -     6
    144 10
    144 15     -     28
    144 29     -     33
    144 96
    144 2.1
    144 329     -     330
    144 345
    144 372
    144 4.7
    144 93.1
    144 136.2     -     136.3
    144 136.5
    144 144.2
    428 35.6
3  /  02 144 13
3  /  10 144 144.3
3  /  12 144 136.6
    144 24.18
3  /  16 144 11
    144 136.8
3  /  18 144 8
3  /  20 144 93.2
    144 134.2     -     134.3
    144 145.4
    144 24.22
    144 278.2
3  /  22 144 331
    144 144.4
    144 24.08     -     24.09
    144 24.24
3  /  24 144 9
    144 24.23
3  /  28 144 12
    144 30
3  /  30 144 14
    144 24.07
3  /  34 144 25
    144 27
    144 135
    144 6.5     -     7
    144 24.03     -     24.04
    144 24.06
    227 39     -     40
3  /  38 144 136.4


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