The coating was applied using a #44 wire wound rod on glass.
What does WW stand for?
WW stands for Wire Wound
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- Width of Wheel
- Wilbur Wright
- Wild Weasel
- Wild World (Animal Crossing video game)
- William Wallace
- Willy Wonka (movie)
- Winchester and Western Railroad Company
- Winchester-Western (ammunition)
- Wind Waker (Legend of Zelda video game)
- Wings West (auto design)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Pc Pete Clarke said the cat was secured to the fence with rope but also had metal wire wound tightly around its neck.
The resin mass deposited onto the strand surface increases linearly with wire wound rod number.
The 65Q is available with the process immersion length to suit the application, using mineral encapsulated single or dual Pt100 wire wound ceramic elements, to provide accuracy and long-term stability.
Machined springs look similar to, and are sometimes confused with, wire wound springs.
The magnet consists of 14 miles of superconducting wire wound into four coils.