The term parison may refer to the following:

  • an unfinished mass of molten glass in a bubble or sphere shape that is the result of being rolled immediately after being taken out of a furnace, in the process of glassblowing
  • an unfinished mass of plastic in a hollow tube shape, to be molded in the process of blow molding

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