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|Class 412||BOOKBINDING: PROCESS AND APPARATUS|
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|2||Of making multiple books from a single book|
|3||Of making a case|
|4||Of applying a cover to a book|
|6||Of edge fastening|
|8||Of adhesive binding|
|11||With control means responsive to sensed condition|
|13||With programmed, cyclic, or time responsive control means|
|14||With measuring, testing, or inspection means|
|22||Presser or creaser|
|25||Book working apparatus|
|26||Reinforcement applying means|
|28||End sheets attaching means|
|29||Smashing or nipping means|
|32||Free edge finishing means, e.g., marbling, gilding, etc.|
|33||Edge binding apparatus|
|CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS|
|900||ACTIVATING PREVIOUSLY APPLIED ADHESIVE|
|901||PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVE|
|902||HEATING AND PRESSING|
|FOREIGN ART COLLECTIONS|
|FOR000||CLASS-RELATED FOREIGN DOCUMENTS|
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