coil winder

coil winder

[′kȯil ‚wīn·dər]
(engineering)
A manual or motor-driven mechanism for winding coils individually or in groups.
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The 60-year-old from Kerala had been working for Midal Cables Company Limited as a coil winder for the past 10 years.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Left, Pensions Minister John Boyd Carpenter at Brook Motors in 1960; and below: the Bishop of Wakefield the Rt Rev John Ramsbotham and Rashcliffe vicar the Rev Frank Carless chat with Mrs J Turner, a coil winder.
Jenni and Gordon married at the Register Office on Broad Street in 1968, two weeks before they boarded the Achille Lauro after transformer coil winder Gordon was offered a job in Perth.
He even had that spark again when he talked about working in Liverpool as a factory coil winder.
Margaret worked at GEC as a coil winder, before leaving when the couple's son was born.
She was an inspector for Capitol Records, and also worked as a precision coil winder for Spectrol Electronics for 27 years.
Danny, 35, a coil winder for a local firm, wins a Shakespeare 13ft Odessa Gold rod in our competition.
Edna worked at BTH, later to become Lucas Aerospace, where she worked as a coil winder for 30 years.
Linda Taylor, a coil winder, said: "It just seems so strange.
Equipment includes cooling tanks and tables; belt, cleat, pipe, slab and roll pullers; saws and cutters; embossing stands, brush/scouring tables, annealing tables, and cutter-punch units; and tilt and collection tables and coil winders.