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Anisotropic Delaunay surfaces are surfaces of revolution that have constant anisotropic mean curvature. We show how the generating curves of such surfaces can be obtained as the trace of a point held in a fixed position relative to a curve that is rolled without slipping along a line. This generalizes the Delaunay's classical construction for surfaces of revolution with constant mean curvature. Our result is given as a corollary of a new geometric description of the rolling curve of a generaldoi:10.2140/pjm.2008.234.345 fatcat:sfei3zpt2re53kdu3kjcb5d5bi