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spinning machine

[′spin·iŋ mə‚shēn]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine that winds insulation on electric wire.
A machine that shapes metal hollow ware.
(textiles)
A machine that spins yarn from staple fiber or continuous filament.
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Steef concludes: Jiangyin and the new, larger spinning machine in Gda?
Volun- Teach ( voluntary teaching) is the group of businessmen from Ahmedabad that is helping set up plants with miniature spinning machines made by Kannan's Microspin Machine Works in the largely cotton- growing North Gujarat and Saurashtra regions.
Recognizing an outstanding toy that helps children develop special skills and knowledge through play, the Educational Toy of the Year was presented to GoldieBlox(TM) and the Spinning Machine (GoldieBlox(TM), Inc.
There are also tablets in the Nave in memory of John Wyatt (1735 -1797), the inventor of a spinning machine used before Arkwright's Spinning Jenny.
The spinning machine arrived safely, but sadly Phillips did not.
The R 40 rotor spinning machine, featuring up to 360 rotors operating at 150,000 rpm, has been updated by Rieter.
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Contract Award for: Supplying of spare parts for motor & 4 control panels of spinning machine
Bragg has also chosen the 1769 patent specification for Arkwright's Spinning Machine, arguably the greatest invention of the Industrial Revolution, and Michael Faraday's Experimental Research in Electricity.
Bragg, pictured, has also chosen the 1769 patent specification for Arkwright's Spinning Machine, arguably the greatest invention of the Industrial Revolution, and Michael Faraday's Experimental Research in Electricity.
Fare SpA, Fangnano, Italy, introduced the ability of a single spinning machine to produce alternatively monocomponent or bicomponent fibers when processing staple fiber.