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A cylinder of wire gauze pressed on moist pulp before it starts through the rollers of a papermaking device and resulting in the production of a watermark. Also called dandy roller.
dandy roll or
(Mechanical Engineering) a light roller used in the manufacture of certain papers to produce watermarks
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The Dandy Rolls
And Concomitant Accessories For Manufacturing Indian Railway Logo Water Mark In The Base Paper Will Be Manufactured By The Supplier At Their Own Cost.
Xerium said that the combined company will have one of the broadest sets of capabilities with respect to spreader rolls, dandy rolls
, and tissue embossing rolls in the world.
Woollard & Henry, which manufactures dandy rolls
for the paper industry, is an example of an engineering firm that has become an employee-owned company and reaped the benefits.