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crankpin

a short cylindrical bearing surface fitted between two arms of a crank and set parallel to the main shaft of the crankshaft

crankpin

[′kraŋk‚pin]
(design engineering)
A cylindrical projection on a crank which holds the connecting rod.

crankpin

That portion of the crankshaft to which the connecting rod is attached. See crankshaft.
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The same crank pin on the same crank shaft was measured about 60 times over a period of two weeks at a major automobile engine plant, using the same shopfloor gage.
Finally, using turn-broaching, all the inserts needed for complete machining, roughing, semifinishing, undercutting, and finishing for one crank pin can be put in the tool in one setup.
The major advantage of turn-broaching is that the tool (broach) provides both roughing inserts for high metal removal rates and finishing/undercutting inserts to permit complete machining of crank pins or crankshaft main bearings in one operation.
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Therefore, kinetic energy does not go through piston pins or crank pins.
The crank pins on both engines failed almost simultaneously, and the great 800-ton Arkansas drifted helplessly to the shore.
Cams and journals, or main journals and crank pins of crankshafts, can be done in one setup.