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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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Joa's turret unwinds also offer technology to reduce wasted material.
Therefore it is still possible to unwind at very high unwinding velocities from packages with sufficiently large smallest radius (as determined by the radius of the tube on which the yarn is wound).
Delta ModTech offers jumbo roll unwinds with roll lift features, low tension unwinding, and unwinds with steering.
It can also be observed that the conic package unwinds faster than the cylindrical, which is due to the higher average effective radius c, see Fig.
The "Flexi" roll cart is a compact solution for loading and unloading rolls onto unwind and rewind shafts.
Splicing unwinds eliminate lost production time by providing a continuous web feed to the process.
Splicer features roll loading and driven unwind spindles as standard., providing the ability to unwind the most delicate materials, without brakes to wear and need replacement.
It Features roll loading and driven unwind spindles as standard, providing the ability to unwind the most delicate materials, without brakes to wear and need replacement.
The ''Flexi' roll cart, is a compact economical roll lift suitable for loading raw material rolls onto unwinds and also removing finished rolls from rewind shafts.
Unwinds and rewinds are available in an exceptionally wide range of capabilities, as noted on the following pages.
The Model CX 1102 two-axis unwind/dancer/wind controller was designed in response to the growing field of APowered Unwinds. Some features include, a two-channel control, automatic diameter calculation, and a built-in automated dancer load/unload sequences.
Unwinds for narrow web presses fall generally into two types: cantilevered unwinds featuring a turreted spindle, which load from the side; and shaftless unwinds, wherein the replacement roll is brought in from the end of the press.