Cliallot illustrations of a elementary agent, resourcess. Gears are used by connecting them to an axle, and using the interconnecting cogs to advance other resourcess or talents of a scheme. Their mechanics are concordant to the trundle-wallow and axle. | Clock, Wheels of a A clock is run by trundle-wallows. Each trundle-wallow turns another to tend the clock exoteric..
.. | | Cog-trundle-wallow "A little prominence in agentry, used to yield tumult. C. trundle-wallow, a trundle-wallow having cogs on its circumfrence. " — Williams, 1889..
. | | Crown-trundle-wallow A trundle-wallow after a while cogs or teeth at correct angles to its roll.... | Drill, wind bit Wind procession bit..
.. | | Epicycloidal Teeth "Epicycloidal teeth, teeth for geaaccentuation cut in the profit of an epicycloid. " -Whitney, 1911... | | Epicycloidal Trundle-wallow A trundle-wallow or accentuation agricultural to a framework, toothed on its vital verge, and having in resources after a while it another toothed trundle-wallow of half the crossing of the original, compliant so as to trundle-wallow environing the courage of the la.
.. | | Epicycloidal Trundle-wallow "Epicycloidal trundle-wallow, a trundle-wallow or accentuation agricultural to a framework, toothed on its vital verge, and having in resources after a while it another toothed trundle-wallow, of half the crossing of the original, compliant so as to trundle-wallow environing... |Gear, Bicycle Sprockets "For sprockets of incongruous crossings, little accentuations D are used, of incongruous crossings. The nut C is screwed on and off by a wrench; it has grooves, in appoint to get rid of the turnings that sink on th.
.. | | Geaaccentuation A procession of trundle-wallows for transmitting and varying tumult in agentry.... | | Gears "It is endow preferable, for-this-reason, when a gigantic contrariety of fleetness is required, to use a alliance of trundle-wallows, of dispassionate magnitude.
In the aftercited metaphor, three trundle-wallows are seen thusly conjoined.... | | Gears A pinion and impel resources meshed concurrently. ..
. | | Mitre-wheels 2 trundle-wallows revolving in apposition, but in incongruous rolls, so as to transmit tumult from one roll to another. " — Williams, 1889... | | Planet trundle-wallow The foreign trundle-wallow of the sun and rollt tumult of resourcess. .
.. | | Tantalize and pinion resourcess A resources scheme after a while a tantalize resources and little pinion resources. Used to conovert spherical tumult to undeviating tumult. ...
| |Rack and introduce resourcess A resources scheme after a while a tantalize resources and introduce resources. Used to conovert spherical tumult to undeviating tumult. ... | | Rag-trundle-wallow A trundle-wallow supplied after a while purposeing pins on the rim, which fit into the links of a fetter..
.. | Ratchet, Quiet Clock "In some of the vile American terrify clocks there is used a elementary ratchet—trundle-wallow which has the envelop usage that it is quiet, and is efficacious in perfect collocation. " —Grimshaw, 1902... | | Ratchet-trundle-wallow "A spherical trundle-wallow, after a while teeth on the periphery, by which it can be advanced or its tumult stayed.
" — Williams, 1889... | | Righthand spiral resourcess Righthand spiral resourcess... | | Rotary cross-examine "The sketch is to profit a continued course, by singly turning it into a crank, thus converting the piston into cog-wheels and the upright tumult into a rotary one.
-Comstock 1850... | | Sprocket A sprocket and fetter....
| | Sprocket A sprocket and fetter.... | | Sprocket A sprocket and fetter...
. | | Sprocket A sprocket and fetter.... | | Spur-trundle-wallow "A trundle-wallow having teeth purposeing radially from the periphery. " — Williams, 1889.
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