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Christian F.W., German neurologist and psychiatrist, 1844-1978. See: Roller nucleus.
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(rōl′ĕr) [O.Fr., roll]
1. A strip of muslin or other cloth rolled up in cylinder form for surgical use.
2. A roller bandage.

bandage roller

A device for rolling bandages.
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uses a hot-gas torch to fuse the incoming tow and the previous ply and a compaction roller to apply pressure to the tows to ensure they remain in place.
A new compaction roller provides constant consolidation pressure for thermoplastic as well as thermoset applications, and a new mandrel tensioning unit prevents the "whipping" effect that occurs when winding small-diameter parts that deflect.
ONE of the world's leading compact equipment solutions providers, Mecalac Construction Equipment UK, manufactures three of the five Mecalac group product lines in Coventry - backhoe loaders, compaction rollers and site dumpers.
1 loader/backhoes, excavators, motor graders, wheel loaders, vibratory compaction rollers, crawler dozers, skid steers, compact track loaders and rough-terrain forklifts.
Along the way, the company has also entered excavators, motor graders, vibratory compaction rollers, crawler dozers and compact track loaders.
The roller demonstrations showed that intelligent compaction rollers could track and determine the optimum number of roller passes, monitor the surface temperature of asphalt pavements, and report measurements back to the operator to better control the compaction process.
The patent covers a wide range of applications including use as microparticles, special seals, high resolution printing cylinders and compaction rollers for copying these reliefs in to appropriate substrates such as plastic foil.
The Terex line includes compact track loaders, compact excavators, compact wheel loaders, site dumpers, tractor loader backhoes, light towers, telehandlers, compaction rollers and tracked utility vehicles.
Attachments for the machines include counterweights, a series of blades and scarifiers, rotary brooms, rippers, side dozers, windrow eliminators, compaction rollers and plate tampers.
From the mini excavators to the humungus Caterpillars, the bulldozers and the compaction rollers, I've been given a front-seat view of equipment that makes light work of heavy jobs.