This is the generic class for:
1. Manufacturing processes and apparatus including a stepof adhesively bonding parts together utilizing a nonmetallic cementor assembly of parts for adhesive bonding of that type.
2. The manufacture of articles of commerce in which one ofthe manufacturing steps includes a chemical reaction.
3. The manufacture of panels from settable inorganic compositionshaving adhered facing sheets (e.g., plaster board). See SubclassReferences To The Current Class for these processes and apparatus.The subclasses referenced therein should be examined for the preciselimits of the subject matter provided for and for additional fieldsof search.
4. The manufacture of electrical conductors of indefinite lengthwhere not elsewhere provided for. See Subclass References To TheCurrent Class for these processes. The subclasses referenced thereinand notes thereto should be consulted for the precise limits ofthe subject matter there provided for.
Miscellaneous Subject Matter Also Provided For
1. This class includes several subclasses relating to the manufactureof simulations or representations, that is articles which give theappearance of being a specific object without in fact being thatobject. Also provided is a subclass relating to the preparationof products of nature for display in their natural form. This classalso includes processes not elsewhere provided for in which isrecited a step of free hand drawing or shaping to produce an ornamentalform. See Subclass References to the Current Class, below, forspecific cites. The subclass definitions for all the above areasshould be inspected and especially the notes thereto for the linesbetween these specific subclasses and other classes.
2. Apparatus for performing shaping operations, per se, ondry paper or paperlike materials are provided for in this class.See Subclass References to the Current Class, below, for specificcites. The lines with various classes and analogous search fieldsare set out in the subclasses mentioned there.
3. Delaminating. This class provides for the separation ofa bonded joint by destroying the bond and separating the parts.See Subclass References to the Current Class, below, for subclassesfor methods for delaminating and corresponding apparatus.