sprocket


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sprocket

1. a relatively thin wheel having teeth projecting radially from the rim, esp one that drives or is driven by a chain
2. an individual tooth on such a wheel
3. a cylindrical wheel with teeth on one or both rims for pulling film through a camera or projector

sprocket

[′spräk·ət]
(design engineering)
A tooth on the periphery of a wheel or cylinder to engage in the links of a chain, the perforations of a motion picture film, or other similar device.

sprocket, cocking piece, sprocket piece

In roofing, a strip of wood, fixed to the upper side of rafters at the eaves; raises the edge of the eaves and forms a break in the roof line.
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The HP Sprocket Plus is now available in white with rose gold accents, accompanied by a 10-pack of HP ZINK Photo Paper for AED 599 (excluding VAT).
Rogier said that the Sprocket does not have a cartridge and so no ink.
It is used to connect between bigger and smaller sprocket.
If your bike has a 5 tooth front sprocket, and a 10 tooth rear sprocket, then in order for the rear sprocket and wheel to rotate once, the front sprocket has to rotate twice.
Then roll the new chain around the drive sprocket and onto the rear sprocket with the open link located near the top of the rear sprocket.
The new Low-Profile Sprocket addresses all of these concerns and is available in either greasable or sealed models on compact equipment booms for trenching depths of 18 to 48 inches.
Use drive sprocket wear gage, NSN 5210-01-225-1132, to check sprocket wear on the D7G and D8 tractors:
Dedicated sprocket openings are optimized to reduce localized distortion of the picket under heavy loads.
The bolt ends are threaded to a thread depth allowing only for a flush fit as the two sprocket spools are later torqued into place onto the bolts.
Consistent quality, together with technical knowledge and experience, make Sheffield based surface heat treatment specialists Flame Hardeners the supplier of choice for hardening of conveyor drive sprockets manufactured by Pennine Industrial Equipment.
A 200-degree positive-contact drive sprocket belt engagement, combined with the elimination of return link contraction, lower chordal action and center tracking, contribute to greater belt and sprocket life and smooth, quiet operation.
A 200-degree positive-contact drive sprocket belt engagement, combined with the elimination of return link contraction, lower chordal action, and center tracking, contribute to greater belt and sprocket life and smooth, quiet operation.