overwind


Also found in: Dictionary.

overwind

[¦ō·vər¦wīnd]
(engineering)
To wind a spring, rope, or cable too tightly or too far.
References in periodicals archive ?
id=600&order-carisoprodol-online overwind durable lipitor http://www.
Standard features include paper interleaf operation, a tangential feeder for careful product handling, a one-minute changeover between overwind and underwind mode, and automatic sample strips with programmable length.
The ADM3054 is targeted at applications where an isolated power rail already exists or an additional overwind from an existing isolation transformer can be used.