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Includes Cutoff Machines; Saw Blade Dressing Machines; Retoothing Machines.

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Note-The following definitions apply to "Machining Centers" and "Way-type Machines". a. "Machining Center", refers to a multipurpose numerically controlled machine tool for the complete and automatic machining of parts requiring multiple operations such as milling, drilling, tapping, boring, and reaming, having an integral tool storage device and an integral means for positioning various faces of the work piece. It must have facilities for automatic interchanging of varied cutting tools between successive operations. Excluded from this class are multipurpose numerically controlled machine tools, such as Boring-Drilling-Milling Machines, which require the use of an attachment or accessory for tool storage and/or to position the various faces of a work piece. These types of equipment are classified in other appropriate classes within group 34. b. "Way-type Machine", refers to a special machine tool of station type design consisting of individually mounted self-contained machining units and facilities for indexing the work piece to each station in a predetermined sequence. The machining unit(s) may be disassembled and rearranged to accommodate different work piece configurations. Machine is capable of performing single or multiple operations on the work piece simultaneously or in sequence to each station.

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Includes Electrical Discharge Machines; Electrolytic Grinding Machines.

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Includes Multiple Spindle Drilling-Tapping Machines.
Excludes Way-Type Machines.

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Excludes Electrolytic Grinding Machines.

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Includes Screw Machines
Excludes Speed Lathes; Metal Spinning Lathes; Cartridge Case and Shell Lathes.

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Includes Combination Shaper-Planers.
Excludes Gear Shapers; Planer Type Milling Machines.

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Includes Gun Rifling Machines; Speed Lathes.

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Includes Hardening, Annealing, Tempering, Normalizing, Cyaniding, and Carburizing Equipment; Furnaces, Flue Welding, Non-Thermal Stress Relieving Systems.

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Includes Galvanizing, Tinning, Oiling, Pickling; Electroplating, and Anodizing Equipment.

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Includes Gas Shielded Arc Welding Machines; Arc Bonding Machines; Semi-Automatic and Automatic Arc Welding Machines.
Excludes Welding Supplies, and Associated Equipment such as: Flux Recovery Mchines; Flux Dispensers; Tacker Panels; Welding Panels.

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Includes Electric Resistance Brazing Machines; Band Saw Brazers; Stored Energy Resistance Welding Machines.
Excludes Electric Induction Brazing and Soldering Machines.

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Includes Metal Spray Guns; Arc Cutting Machines; Torches and Tips; Gas Brazing Machines; Flame Cutting Machines; Vacuum Metalizers; Spark Discharge Metalizers.
Excludes Welding Supplies; Disintegrating Machines.

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Includes Welding Tables.

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Includes Thermite Welding Equipment; Flux Recovery Machines; Flux Dispensers; Arc Converters; Welding Panels.

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Includes Soldering Irons; Welding Electrodes and Rods; Brazing Fluxes; Soldering Fluxes; Solder.

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Excludes Wire and Metal Ribbon Forming Machines.

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Includes Metal Powder Compacting Presses.

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Includes Metal Powder Compacting Presses.

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Includes Arbor, Straightening, Forcing, and Assembly Presses.

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Excludes Forging Presses.

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Excludes Roll Forming Machines.

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Excludes Power Driven Hand Riveting Machines.

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Includes Metal Spinning Lathes.

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Includes Portable Abrasive Cutting Machines; Portable Drilling Machines; Portable Slotters and Shapers.
Excludes Stationary Type Machine Tools mounted on portable devices such as wheel or leg type stands.

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Includes Broaches; Files; Milling Cutters; Reamers; Saws.
Excludes Flame Cutting Tools.

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Excludes Abrasive Wheels, Cones, and other Abrasive Attachments for use only on Hand Held Power Tools.

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Excludes Parts Feeders.

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Note-This class includes jigs, fixtures, and templates used in conjection with the metalworking machinery classified in Group 34. Jigs, fixtures, and templates used in conjunction with maintenance and repair shop specialized equipment are classified in Group 49.