overhead traveling crane

overhead traveling crane

[′ō·vər‚hed ¦trav·ə·liŋ ′krān]
(mechanical engineering)
A hoisting machine with a bridgelike structure moved on wheels along overhead trackage which is usually fixed to the building structure.
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