buncher

buncher

[′bən·chər]
(electronics)
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"It lets me map out, in the machine, the area that I'm working, my job sites, and it counts the stems that the tracked buncher is cutting ...
(33)--Zeller, M.H.; Inge, T.H.; Modi, A.C.; Jenkins, T.M.; Michalsky, M.P.; Helmrath, M.; Courcoulas, A.; Harmon, C.M.; Rofey, D.; Baughcum, A.; Austin, H.; Price, K.; Xanthakos, S.A.; Brandt, M.L.; Horlick, M.; Buncher, R.
The Massey team includes a company foreman/mechanic, a feller buncher operator, two skidder operators, two loader operators, and five truck drivers.
Jason was a buncher, not a folder, and he had no clue how much he would use in one sitting.
Dave will be lovingly remembered by his children, Becca (Ryan) Capshaw and Chris Horner and his two grandchildren, Gavin and Grayson, with whom he spent many of his retired "buncher" days.
[15.] Javorsek II D., Sturrock P., Lasenby R., Lasenby A., Buncher J., Fischbach E., Gruenwald J., Hoft A., Horan T., Jenkins J., Kerford J., Lee R., Longman A., Mattes J., Morreale B., Morris D., Mudry R., Newport J., O'Keefe D., Petrelli M., Silver M., Stewart C.
Bramucci e Seixas (2002) estudando algumas maquinas no sistema de arvores inteiras de eucalipto verificaram que o volume de madeira por hectare foi a variavel de maior influencia no corte do feiler buncher, apresentando melhor desempenho em talhoes com maiores espacamentos.
Outro dado importante e que a modalidade de futebol e responsavel por 50 a 60% de todas as lesoes esportivas e um alto indice de afastamento dos atletas em jogos e treinamentos, o que resulta em diversos prejuizos economicos, tanto para os atletas como para os clubes (Keller, Noyes e Buncher 1987; Knapik e colaboradores, 1991; Lentell, Katzman e Walters, 1990).
Buncher, "Latent period for malignant mesothelioma of occupational origin," Journal of Occupational Medicine, vol.