chain gear

chain gear

[′chān ‚gir]
(mechanical engineering)
A gear that transmits motion from one wheel to another by means of a chain.
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The fact was that the ivory hook of the parasol had caught in the chain gear, and when the first attempt at drawing water was made, the little offering of a contrite heart was jerked up, bent, its strong ribs jammed into the well side, and entangled with a twig root.
The Gaar-Scott's chain gear requires about 40 turns of the steering wheel to turn the engine's front wheels from one side to the other.
An idler pulley was needed behind the differential to allow the drive chain coming from the transmission to just pass under the differential chain gear, not around it.
Even though the company is creating a supply chain geared to serving multiple channels, in the context of its customers, "we don't have channels any more, we have one omni-channel that is focused on consumers" says a team member.
Important to note: Gear wheels, planetary gears, chain gears, and other components need to be made in high volumes and with high levels of precision.