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"Armature Winder" is a book by Jack Rudman.
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Electric Traction (1922)
A careful armature winder is a greater asset to the railway company than a speedy winder, though both qualities are, of course, desirable. In rewinding, care must be exercised not to cut the slot insulation at the corners of the coils wdiere they ...
American Machinist (1892)
An armature winder is a skilled mechanic; so is a first-class linedowns, which can be very materially lessened by the employment of the right means. Having thus arrived at the conclusion that skilled help is necessary to success, let us look still ...
Persian-English Dictionary (1993)
by S. Haim
Armature winder. —a. Tied by wiies.
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