Addressing machine refers to an apparatus used for affixing the addresses on a large number of missives, such as newspapers, upon which the same series of names must be inscribed as the day of issue recurs.
There are two general forms of this machine. In one the addresses are separately printed on slips of gummed paper, which are fed from the apparatus, which cuts off each address in turn, and allows the latter to remain attached to the wrapper. The other mode is to set up the type of each address in a form, and so to arrange the forms that they are successively presented at a spot to which the enveloped papers are consecutively fed. A large number of these machines have been patented.
"Addressing machines" is in the HS Code "8472.20"
- - Addressing machines and address plate embosing machines
"Addressing machines" is in the UNSPSC Code "44102105"
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