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creel

1. a wickerwork basket, esp one used to hold fish
2. a wickerwork trap for catching lobsters, etc.
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creel

[krēl]
(textiles)
A frame for holding the correct number of bobbins or balls of roving in the appropriate position during the winding process.
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Amazingly, John was back on his creel boat, the Onward, in Peterhead Harbour yesterday less than 24 hours after his brush with death.
"But as the next creel came out the pressure came off.
"The need to clear the creels that often jammed in the narrow stern increased the risks to the crew."
These include installing a large rear-view mirror to monitor deck activities, mounting additional knives on the boat, ensuring nobody clears a creel without verbal instruction from the skipper and the widening of the stern opening so creels do not get blocked.
Other solution include filter creels, in which creels are encased in an enclosure through which air flow is created.
The new design for laying out creels and circular knitting machines and provide explanation as to how his unique patent applied for method finds a total and complete solution for lint at the least energy consumption and capital investment.
Standard machine includes 20-strand E-Glass delivery system with creel rack.
A PET cat trapped in a lobster creel after scavenging for food was saved thanks to North Sea weather.
Standard machine includes 20strand E-Glass delivery system with creel rack.
System includes roving racks and mat creels, resin bath with resin recirculation, and die station with hydraulic lift table that provides die/puller alignment at the touch of a button.
THIS creel has a white painted interior and a brass hinged leather lid embossed with a sunburst pattern.
There have been many approaches to spool handling, such as special fixturing to enable loading of a multiplicity of spools onto the creel spindle.