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spin casting

n.

spin caster n.

spin•ning

(ˈspɪn ɪŋ)

n.
1.
a. the act or process of twisting fibers, as cotton or rayon, into yarn or thread.
b. the extrusion of a fiber-forming solution through a spinneret to form filaments.
2. the act or process of secreting and placing silk or silklike filaments, as in the construction of a web by a spider or the formation of a cocoon by a caterpillar.
3. Also called spin casting, spin fishing. the act or technique of fishing with a spinning reel and rod.
[1250–1300]
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Then, Centri-pipe's high-speed spin caster is placed in the center of the pipe at its far end.
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Spin casters or Orvis fly rods are at your disposal; guides are available.