Crossed flexor reflex responses and their reversal in freely walking cats

@article{Duysens1980CrossedFR,
  title={Crossed flexor reflex responses and their reversal in freely walking cats},
  author={Jaak Duysens and Gerald E. Loeb and Beverley Jane Weston},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1980},
  volume={197},
  pages={538-542}
}
A high speed product delivery system is provided which delivers individual flexible web products from a product drum to a plurality of transfer drums. The transfer drums, in turn, deliver products to further transfer drums or to packaging devices. The system permits increases in the production rate of the products without increasing the demand on the packaging devices. 

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