He had no man to run the mower and he couldn't run both the mower and the stacker, so you can fancy what a place he was in.
The successive belts may then be put on one at a time, until the stacker belt is put on after its pulleys have been oiled.
If he put a man to mow, it kept them all idle at the stacker, and he just couldn't get enough men.
A stacker web belt may be laced by turning the ends up and lacing them together flat at right angles to rest of belt.
Especially note which belts are to run crossedusually the main belt and the stacker belt.
Here the sixth man, the stacker, receives it, and piles it into a small mountain nicely calculated to resist cyclones.
I c'n stand as long at the tail of a stacker as any man, sir.
c.1300, "pile, heap, or group of things," from Old Norse stakkr "haystack" (cf. Danish stak, Swedish stack "heap, stack"), from Proto-Germanic *stakkoz, from PIE *stognos- (cf. Old Church Slavonic stogu "heap," Russian stog "haystack," Lithuanian stokas "pillar"), from root *steg- "pole, stick" (see stake (n.)). Meaning "set of shelves on which books are set out" is from 1879. Used of the chimneys of factories, locomotives, etc., since 1825.