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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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Having this experience we bought seven SSM precision assembly winders (TW2-D / TWX-D) within our group up till now.
The website is home to a wide range of watch winders, ranging from single simple cases to luxurious leather bound cases that can carry whole collections.
The MIDEX-HSD winder for cast film and sheet from Reifenhauser (U.
We at Wolf pursue excellence in every watch winder we create and our inspiration is taken from the perfect rotation of the planets, stars and galaxies to the flawless rhythm of the four seasons.
Hornby uses the term 'jig' exclusively for tunes in 6/8 time, in line with current Irish usage, though it is likely that the Winders, like most rural English musicians, would have used the term for any lively tune regardless of its rhythm.
Notably, Winders builds on previous work in this area by investigating both the experiences of immigrants and long-term residents.
Among others, there is an automated short roll winder for composite materials, an automated support-roll winder for nonwovens, and an automated winder for composite materials in the commissioning phase.
But Mr Winders, a 33-year-old dad-of-two, hopes he can eventually encourage youngsters in schools across Teesside to learn the circus skills.
Collectors of high-end watches prefer this line of winders because of their proven record for long lasting dependable service.
Thanks to Winder Farms, the traditional milkman has met modern convenience.
But Winders ultimately decided not to accept the consultant offer from Creators President Richard S.
Itema is one of the three main companies supplying textile mill owners with winders, which are machines used to stock yarn before it is woven or knitted.