spool


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Synonyms for spool

a winder around which thread or tape or film or other flexible materials can be wound

Synonyms

transfer data intended for a peripheral device (usually a printer) into temporary storage

wind onto a spool or a reel

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HELP your child recycle empty ribbon spools into colourful noisemakers for New Year''''s Eve.
We also extrude film cores, another complement to parts of our reel and spool business.
If you're a big river fisher, the multiplier is for you, and if you fish a small, narrow river where short casting and accuracy is the order of the day, get a fixed spool.
From the graphs it is decided to consider the operational zone of the spool [+ or -] 0.
Cajun Line's new Cajun Fluorocarbon is available in 4- through 20-pound test in 200-yard filler spools, selling for $17.
Thus, in the ascending spool count, participants only used one to refer to a single spool and the term two to refer to a pair of spools or sometimes to larger quantities, Gordon asserts.
The initiation and the development of the cavitation inside the hydraulic servo valve with cylindrical spool valve is possible due to local flowing conditions, which can occurs by increasing the speed and lowering the pressure and it is characterized through the cavitation coefficient (Raszga 1998, Gerald 1994, Toshiuki et al.
One of the as-yet-unexplained puzzles of ear spool use is the fact that these ornaments are represented in virtually all of the ceramic figurines excavated at some Valley of Mexico formative-period sites such as El Arbolillo and Zacatenco, but actual examples have not been recovered in proportionate numbers at those sites.
An easy-tilt bracket with swivel clevis is the most recent refinement to the Model 476 steel cord spool grasper.
I am looking for a new fixed spool reel; they are the most popular type for coarse fishing because they make casting and retrieving much easier and faster.
2) AMS Bowfishing's Standard Retriever is a zero-drag reel that does not wrap line on a spool but instead stacks it in a bottle.
The joint between each spool in your tower is called a sliding joint.
One system relies on the reflective properties of the spool flanges, and the other version uses a "light curtain" concept, which does not require reflected light.
According to the company, spool changeover is easily accomplished, and transition time is minimized in order to increase efficiency in continuous-run applications.