Dandy Roll(redirected from Dandy Rolls)
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dandy roll[′dan·dē ‚rōl]
A roll in a Fourdrinier paper-making machine; used to compact the sheet and sometimes to imprint a watermark.
a skeleton roll on a paper machine, consisting of a wire frame wrapped with netting. It is designed to level the surface of the paper, improve the paper’s structure and uniformity, and put watermarks on the paper web.