How does a wirewound rheostat work?

A rheostat is a high resistivity wire wound on a ceramic frame. The wire is covered with a thin insulating layer. Above the winding there is a metal rod along which the movable contact-slider can be moved. Where the slider touches the winding, the insulating layer has been removed from the wire.

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