Winders


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Winders

Treads of steps used in a winding staircase or when stairs are carried around curves or angles.
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ag'in, en I done it too, 'ca'se de bullet glance' on his cheekbone en skip up here en glance' on de side o' de winder en whiz right acrost my face en tuck de hide off'n my nose-- why, if I'd 'a'; be'n jist a inch or a inch en a half furder 't would 'a' tuck de whole nose en disfiggered me.
So Em'ly writes in pencil on a bit of paper,' he pursued, 'and gives it to her out o' winder to bring here.
Take care wot you're a-doin' on, sir; you're a-sendin' a blaze o' light, right into the back parlour winder.
Let me see,' said the boy, 'I think I'll hang him in the winder, because it's more light and cheerful, and he can see the sky there, if he looks up very much.
Supplies new bubble glide guiding system and new Escort haul-off system along with low-pressure spiral dies, stationary and oscillating die stands, screen changers, bubble enclosures, bubble width controls, extruders, feed screws, air-beating and Teflon collapsing frames, top-nip assemblies, and surface winders.
In addition, W&H added a feature available on all winders to improve operator efficiency.
The winders will offer in-line slitting, cross-cut and plunge-cut capabilities, and will also feature robotic shaft extraction and automated roll-handling.
New blown film equipment includes battery-operated roll cart, integrated with front-to-front winders.
Winders have a pneumatic doffer, which pushes full packages on to a pre-located handling trolley.
Typical winders also use one non-driven banana roller instead of two driven rolls.
Celli has produced winders and slitter rewinders for non-wovens evolving from paper machinery.
A typical blown film system uses four cameras to watch the die, winders, oscillating nip, and edge trimming.