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Dough Sheeter. (a) A pair of adjustable steel rollers, forming part of a sweet dough makeup table (q.v.), used to reduce a dough sheet (q.v.) to the desired thickness by passage between the rollers prior to lamination (q.v.) and the actual scaling (q.v.) and forming of the dough pieces. (b) The section of a moulder (q.v.) in which the scaled, rounded dough piece is reduced to a thin sheet preliminary to its curling into a cylindrical shape for sealing and panning.