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unwind

[¦ən′wīnd]
(computer science)
In computers, to rearrange and code a sequence of instructions to eliminate red-tape operations.
(mechanical engineering)
To reverse the direction of rotation of a threaded device.
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Also showing coilers, winders, unwinders, cutters, and hauloffs for HDPE pipe.
Ideally the label web path from the reel unwinder to the applicator plate should be straight and unhindered by rollers or drive points.
When an unwinder is plugged into place, the advance section is unwound into the main jacket in the inserter.
Film from the unwinder was taken to the godet 1 and passed over the hot plate where it was heated to a set temperature.
The system operates on 110 vac at 5 amperes and 70 psi of compressed air, and is available with a no-product sensor, one-shot input, unwinder, RS-232 interface and special set-up for cutting extrusions on-line.
The vertical stack of seven to nine rollers can run in line with blown or cast film or off line with an unwinder. *56*
The second part includes an unwinder, a laminator where the molten film is delivered to a point of contact between a pressure roll over which the substrate passes, a cooling roll, and the rewinder.
Martin Automatic was founded in 1968 by John Martin, an eccentric engineer and inventor and the driving force behind the technology that fuels the company's nonstop unwinder, rewinder and tension control machinery, which are installed in more than 56 countries around the world.
This compact design integrates the unwinder and rewinder in one machine frame.
Pre-configured technological functions, ready for operation, such as print mark, tensioning or temperature controls, "No Gap No Seal", "No Product No Bag" or "Unwinder" all serve to simplify automation.