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Glue-spreading machines.


, : Glue-spreading machines.. Holz Roh- u. Werkstoff. 14: 4, 149-55

Illustrated description of nearly all the glue-spreading machines obtainable and used in Germany, all German-made save one American.

US$29.90


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