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erector

[i′rek·tər]
(physiology)
Any muscle that produces erection of a part.
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At a fraction of the cost of fully automatic case erectors, the BEL 505 semi-automatic case former/erector provides an economical and effective way to leverage manual labor and speed up packing.
Fixed-power scopes only have a single erector tube, and it only moves from side-to-side slightly inside the scope, without camming any lenses back and forth.
In the repack area where the new carton erector is installed, Muller Dairy receives products-including its famous Muller Corner ranges-in single-flavour cases and repacks them into to the mixed-flavour cases that are favoured by many smaller retail outlets.
Modern day Erector Set kits can be purchased for constructing specific things, like a small airplane that can be assembled in many different configurations.
Machine Deadlift (gluteals, quadriceps, hamstrings, erector spinae)
a steel erector that is located in South Plainfield, New Jersey, and a leader in the steel erection market in New York.
Modern riflescopes have an erector tube inside the main tube, containing one or more lenses.
In response to a request from Huegli, a global food supplier with international expertise, to supply an automatic tray erector loader that would fit into an extremely restricted space at the company's Redditch plant, Linkx Systems has developed and manufactured an exceptionally compact machine that occupies less space than the manual loading station it replaces.
To ensure smooth, high-volume operation, the Model 450 case erector includes a servo-operated compression ram and 3 horsepower main drive motor, all-mechanical continuous motion drive, high capacity vacuum system and intelligent control package.
A pair of "crumbling knees" spelled the downfall of a one-time highly-paid steel erector and successful pub landlord, Teesside Crown Court was told.
But the court heard the firm had relied on an unqualified marquee erector to maintain trailers.