parallel linkage

parallel linkage

[¦par·ə‚lel ′liŋ·kij]
(mechanical engineering)
An automotive steering system that has a short idler arm mounted parallel to the pitman arm.
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It's also home to the trigger housing and bullpup-style (action behind the trigger) parallel linkage trigger, which features Metal Injection Molded (MIM) components and an advertised pull of 3 pounds.
Torque Parallel linkage combines power with precision making them ideal in material handling jobs and where fast work cycles are needed.
Since that time, any parallel linkage mechanisms are referred to as "Stewart platforms", although Gough discovered this mechanism before him.
Equipped with Volvo's patented Torque Parallel Linkage (TP-Link age), combining high breakout torque and excellent parallel action through the lifting range
At issue were the validity and infringement of the Company's two patents covering its L-arm and parallel linkage technologies.
The loader consists of six recursive instances of a parallel linkage hexapod configuration (with six base and six moving platform spherical joints connected by six linkages), as well as custom-developed stereoscopic machine vision for three dimensional (3D) full-field remote displacement and strain measurements and sensor subsystems for measuring the response of the tested materials.
The Torque Parallel linkage gives both the Volvo L45F and Volvo L50F smooth, parallel lift, high rollback torque and excellent lifting power throughout the lift range.
The patented Torque Parallel Linkage (TP-Linkage) combines high breakout torque and excellent parallel action throughout the entire lifting range.

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