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a worker who casts molten metal into finished products

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a shaker with a perforated top for sprinkling powdered sugar

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a pivoting roller attached to the bottom of furniture or trucks or portable machines to make them movable

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With the push of a button, riders are cruising, spinning and drifting thanks to the high-performance dual inclined rear caster wheels.
The Rotacaster is a sturdy, robust wheel, adaptable to a vast array of applications and it overcomes many of the limitations associated with the traditional swivel caster wheel.
But until now, there have not been covers available for the small caster wheels at the front of the wheelchair, meaning that even while using Wheelchair Slippers on the rear tires, the front tires still leave difficult-to-clean dirt and marks on floors.
conservative]) and inertia terms, namely, the rigid body yaw rotational inertia of the wheelchair assembly ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), drive wheel spin rotational inertia ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), caster yoke assembly rigid body yaw rotational inertia ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), caster wheel spin rotational inertia ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), and the rigid body yaw rotational inertia of the wheelchair occupant ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
Using the rear caster wheel, swing your body side to side and it'll send you forward at an impressive rate.
The kit slips over the trailing edge of the caster wheel and is bolted in place by the wheel axle, and is said to be cheaper than traditional integrated lock caster assemblies.
Unlike solid designs, such as traditional caster wheels, the web-and-spoke construction allows the tire to envelop an object that it contacts and then rebound to its original shape.
Tenders are invited for Revolving Junior Executive Chair For Size: W 66 X D 66 X H 85 To 100Cm Provided With Pneumatic Height Adjustment Facility On Single Piece Moulded Nylon Base With Twin Caster Wheels Seat And Back Rest Duly Cushined And Covered With Hidensity Cured Puff And Polyurethane Full Arm Rest Model No.
All-in-one computer -- Multi-touch touchscreen - 2, 10, 32 or 40 points -- WiFi enabled -- High resolution, ultra-bright LED screen -- Available with sealed surface to prevent damage from liquids -- Adjustable tilt to 15, 30 and 45 degrees -- Totally mobile, available with caster wheels or slides -- Optional decorative back and bottom panels -- Optional speakers, cameras and motion detector -- Optional custom branding panels
The sanitary model shares many features of the DPM line, such as, telescoping stainless steel enclosures, 316 stainless steel wetted parts, high viscosity mixing blades, non sparking caster wheels, vacuum construction, and variable speed drive using a variable frequency inverter.
Applications for the products include hoses, tubes, wire and cable jacketing, golf balls, horseshoes, rail pads, mining screens, and caster wheels.
Adjustable leg heights and lockable caster wheels are optional.
The Freedom Cart II, model R410, is a folding, four-wheeled, carbon-steel mobility aid equipped with large caster wheels with pneumatic tires to glide across any surface, from carpeting to gravel.
The mixer also includes a 100 psi air/oil hydraulic lift to raise and lower the dispersion head; stainless steel wetted parts; an air-operated diaphragm pump to discharge mixed material from the vessel; non-sparking caster wheels on the mix vessel; and a special charging hopper.