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In bowling, a pinsetter or pinspotter is an automated mechanical device that sets bowling pins back in their original positions, returns bowling balls to the front of the alley, and clears fallen pins on the pin deck. Prior to the machine's invention, pinsetters were originally young men (pin boys) stationed at bowling alleys to manually reset pins and return the ball. The first mechanical pinsetter was invented by Gottfried (Fred) Schmidt, who sold the patent in 1941 to AMF. Pinsetting machines have largely done away with pinsetting as a manual profession, although a small number of bowling alleys still use human pinsetters. While humans usually no longer set the pins, a pinchaser, or in slang "pin monkey", is often stationed near the equipment to ensure it is clean and working properly,

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  • Pinsetter oder Pinspotter (deutsch: Stellautomat) ist ein System vornehmens beim Bowling, das die Pins sammelt und in Reihenfolge wiederaufstellt. Neuste Pinsetter funktionieren über ein Zangensystem.
  • Пинспоттер или пинсеттер (от англ. pin — «кегля») — кеглеустановочная машина, основной механизм в оборудовании для боулинга. Пинспоттер собирает кегли после удара, подает их на подъёмник и распределяет кегли на нужные места. Компания AMF выпускает данное оборудование под торговой маркой пинспоттер, а компания Brunswick — под маркой пинсеттер. Оборудование имеет одинаковое назначение, но различается по внутреннему устройству.
  • In bowling, a pinsetter or pinspotter is an automated mechanical device that sets bowling pins back in their original positions, returns bowling balls to the front of the alley, and clears fallen pins on the pin deck. Prior to the machine's invention, pinsetters were originally young men (pin boys) stationed at bowling alleys to manually reset pins and return the ball. The first mechanical pinsetter was invented by Gottfried (Fred) Schmidt, who sold the patent in 1941 to AMF. Pinsetting machines have largely done away with pinsetting as a manual profession, although a small number of bowling alleys still use human pinsetters. While humans usually no longer set the pins, a pinchaser, or in slang "pin monkey", is often stationed near the equipment to ensure it is clean and working properly,
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