gear train


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gear train

[′gir ‚trān]
(mechanical engineering)
A combination of two or more gears used to transmit motion between two rotating shafts or between a shaft and a slide.
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When the valve was reset the press operated and the gear train turned before his right foot was pulled into the gears as the cogs meshed together.
Developing a mathematical model of gear train, the variation of the centre distance should be evaluated.
The outer case of the gear train rotates, driven by a belt from the
The new motor and three-stage planetary gear train offer outstanding power and reliability, plus smooth, quiet operation.
2008), the gear train can operate open, with periodic greasing.
Fundamentally, the necessary clearances in the system mean that when a change is made in the opposite direction of the previous correction, the backlash in the gear train must be reversed.
One manufacturer found that a 14-gear gear train for an air damper actuator molded in Celcon acetal copolymer (polyoxymethylene, POM) would cost half that of an all-metal drive.
PTOs came into general use in 1923 when IHC engineer Bert Benjamin designed PTO stub shafts into the gear train of Farmall tractors.
The grinders feature the firm's S-automatic safety clutch for protection of the operator and the tool's gear train against kickback caused by wheel jams and the firm's exclusive long-life motor engineered with special winding protection for resistance to destructive grinding dust.
The team has even meshed tiny gears into a minuscule gear train, notes mechanical engineer Edward G.
ProVantage winches features a powerful permanent magnet motor, a smooth, reliable three-stage planetary gear train and metal gear housing, an easy-to-use clutch control dial, full sealing to keep the elements out, a patented roller disc brake for excellent control while winching, and a corrosion-resistant black powder-coated finish with a unique black hook and tie rods.