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In glassware, the term parison refers to the calibrated - drop-shaped - mass of molten glass intended to be formed into an object. Each parison has a specific weight depending on the desired final product and a temperature of approximately 2,102°F (1,150°C). The blowing and shaping processes must be carried out in a few seconds because the cooling of the parison, and therefore its hardening, is very fast.
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