line shafting


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line shafting

[′līn ‚shaft·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
One or more pieces of assembled shafting to transmit power from a central source to individual machines.
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Machine comes equipped with fully integrated servo systems using advanced motion control, electronic line shafting and SERCOS fiber optic networks, all of which eliminate complex mechanical drive systems while providing high reliability, predictable operations and minimal maintenance.
The oil lubricated type has the line shafting enclosed as a support for bronze line-shaft bearings.
The exceptions are two interesting essays by Newell on belt and line shafting and on the jerker rod system for pumping Lambton County oil wells.