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Glassmaking & Glassmakers - Archaeology of the Modern World

Modern (non-Owens) Bottle Making Machines. There was also another large class of non-Owens machine-made bottles that exhibit a suction mark-like base marking/circle not induced by the glass feeding process - suction or gob feeder. In fact, most non …

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Owens AR Bottle Machine - ASME

Michael J. Owens (1859-1923) devised the first commercially successful, fully automatic bottle-making machine in 1903, financed by Edward D. Libbey (1854-1925) and executed with the aid of engineers William Boch, C. William Schwenzfeier, and Richard LaFrance. As a result of nine years of refined design work, the "AR" machine was less limited in ...

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Machine-Made Glass Containers - JSTOR

matic glass-blowing machine. He had been making a series of improvements towards machine-blown bottles since 1898 (Meigh 1960:29-31). The ma chine Owens developed was a major advance over the semi-automatic machines, and in 1903 The Owens Bottle Machine Company was organized with a capital of $3,000,000 to license rights to the

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Glass Making - Believer's in Glass

The machine required to produce flat glass was first designed by Sir Alistair Pilkington in 1952 and is now the standardised method of making flat glass. The process line from furnace to flat glass of variable thickness and length can be half a kilometre long and the machine can churn out 6,000 tonnes a week amounting to 6,000 thousand ...

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Machine Made Dating - Archaeology of the Modern World

More specifically, non-Owens machine-made bottles with narrow necks (similar to the amber beer bottle pictured earlier) will always date after 1908 (and typically after 1910) regardless of what type machine they were produced on since the first blow-and-blow …

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All About Glass | Corning Museum of Glass

Oct 25, 2011· Oct 25, 2011· Michael Owens, a self-taught American inventor, propelled the glass industry into the mechanical age. In 1903, he unveiled the world's first completely automatic glass-forming machine—a machine for making bottles. Owens was determined to eliminate the hand delivery of hot glass to bottle machines. He was convinced that a machine could suck ...

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O-I Glass - Wikipedia

The company is the successor to the Owens Bottle Company founded in 1903 by Michael Joseph Owens, who made the first automated bottle-making machine, and Edward Drummond Libbey. In 1929, the Owens Bottle Company merged with Illinois Glass Company to become Owens-Illinois, Inc. [5] Six years later, O-I merged with Corning Incorporated to form ...

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HISTORICAL NOTE Making Glass Bottles

introduced in 1920 — had 15 bottle making arms and could make up to 320 bottles a minute! This single machine could produce more and better quality bottles than 450 skilled hand operators. At first, the Owens Bottle Machine Co., founded by Owens and Libbey, licensed the bottle making machines for use by oth­ ers.

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The Leading Glass Bottle Manufacturer Owens-Illinois | O-I

Sep 07, 2021· Sep 07, 2021· Traditional oak glass color combined with an extraordinary shaped bottle. Broad shoulders and a distinctive heel design featuring a customized brand mark and embossed writing. The flattened sides of the bottle provide an improved ergonomic grip and a safer pour for the consumer.

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HISTORIC ARTIFACT IDENTIFICATION GUIDE

The side mold seams on a machine-made bottle tend to be much finer (i.e. narrower and less distinct) than the mold seams found on mouth-blown bottles. Taking this a step further, earlier machine-made bottles (1905 to 1920s) tend to have more pronounced mold seams than later machine-made bottles; a function of the increasing precision in mold

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Glass production - Wikipedia

Glass container production. Broadly, modern glass container factories are three-part operations: the batch house, the hot end, and the cold end.The batch house handles the raw materials; the hot end handles the manufacture proper—the forehearth, forming machines, and annealing ovens; and the cold end handles the product-inspection and packaging equipment.

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Owens the Innovator - University of Toledo

To promote its new bottle machine, the Owens Bottle Machine Co. produced this small sales pamphlet that compares the cost of hand production of bottles to the cost of using the bottle machine. Photographs, interior and exterior of the Owens Bottle Machine Co., ca. 1904. O-I, MSS-200.

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Glassboro: A History - SouthJersey.com

Oct 05, 2015· With the Depression, The Owens Bottle Company decided to shut down the bottle-works in Glassboro, which was by now the modern machine-making successor of the old hand-blown glass bottle industry. Today, the company still exists; their corporate name was changed in 1965 to Owens-Illinois, Inc to reflect their growth and the beginning of the ...

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Michael J. Owens Becomes Subject Of Biography | glassonweb.com

Nov 21, 2006· Nov 21, 2006· Mr. Owens also has a role in a short video - taken from a 1910 movie of an early bottle-making machine in operation - that is part of the "Time in a Bottle" exhibit that runs through Dec. 29 at the University of Toledo's Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections.

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How To Tell The Age Of A Glass Bottle (Identify Old Bottles)

Aug 04, 2020· This feature was named after the Owens Glass Company, creator of the automatic bottle machine. The Owens ring was symmetrical and did not leave a jagged mark like the earlier punty rod. Bottles with Owens rings first appeared around 1904. By 1917, the Owens automatic bottle machine figured in production of half of the U.S.-made glass containers.

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Michael J. Owens Becomes Subject Of Biography | glassonweb.com

Nov 21, 2006· Mr. Owens also has a role in a short video - taken from a 1910 movie of an early bottle-making machine in operation - that is part of the "Time in a Bottle" exhibit that runs through Dec. 29 at the University of Toledo's Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections.

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Bottle Finishes & Closures - McGill University

Machine-made crown finish bottles all date after 1905 when the first license for soda and beer bottles was issued for the Owens Automatic Bottle Machine (Miller & McNichol 2002). The semi-automatic machine production of narrow necked bottles was not significant until after about 1910 making machine-made, non- suction scarred crown finish ...

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