During the paper making process while the paper is still 90% water, it passes over a wire mesh cylinder (dandy roll), which imparts surface textures on the paper such as wove or laid. This is also the stage where the watermark is put onto the paper
A wire mesh cylinder used to smooth the top of paper as it forms. Enhancing surface smoothness and formation, the dandy roll may also carry a design, which will create a water- mark, identifying the sheet.
In papermaking, a wire cylinder on paper making machines that makes wove or laid effects on the texture, as well as the watermark itself. Used in the manufacture of better grades of business and book papers.
In papermaking, the cylinder that creates a laid, wove, or watermark effect.
Wire-gauze roller which impresses the paper with its texture (‘wove','laid', etc.) as the pulp leaves the vats to produce watermarks in the paper.
A cylinder on a paper machine used to improve formation; also wire roll
a wire covered roll used to impress patterns onto a wet web sheet; used primarily for creating a woven laid pattern or watermarks.
A wire mesh cylinder on papermaking machines that makes watermarks or a laid or wove finish.
During the paper making process, the wire mesh cylinder that paper passes over in the paper making process when the paper is still 90% water. The dandy roll imparts surface textures on the paper such as wove or laid. This is also the stage where the watermark is put onto the paper.
Wire cylinder used in paper making process to create effects such as laid as well as watermarks.
a roll made of a fine metal mesh that can afix a watermark onto the sheet
light skeleton roll or cylinder covered with wire which presses gently on the paper while still wet. It helps to improve the formation of the sheet by gently pressing the top surface and can be used to impart a laid or wove look-through. Also used to impress a watermark into the top surface of paper by images attached to the roll.
A wire-mesh roller used to produce a watermark in paper Definitive A stamp issued for regular postal use over a period of (usually) years Die The original engraved plate of a stamp design
A roller of mesh used in the manufacture of the paper which produces the watermark.
A hollow wire-covered roll that rides on the paper machine wire and compacts the newly-formed web to improve its formation and impart a watermark or special finish to the paper.
(1) A plain roll situated above the wet web of the paper to provide a smoothing action to the top surface of the paper as it passes under the roll. (2) A watermarking dandy roll is a roll of skeletal structure, sheathed in a wire cloth that has designs, letters or figures affixed to it. As the wet paper web passes under the turning watermarking dandy, the designs are impressed into the paper and a permanent watermark is left in the sheet.
Wire mesh drum that presses watermarks and surface patterns into paper while still on the fourdrinier wire and 90% water.
A roll or cylinder of wire cloth that rides on the wet web of paper and may mark it with a watermark, laid pattern or other design; or which assists in sheet formation.
A wire cylinder on papermaking machines that creates the woven and watermark effects in finer grades of paper.
A wire mesh cylinder on papermaking machines that makes watermarks or unique finishes in the paper before the paper is dried.