By Horace Lamb
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Axial forces of spring and driving arm balance. Overload overcomes spring force to slide gears out of engagement. Gears can strip once overloading is removed, unless a stop holds gears out of engagement. com 7 M o r e W a y s t o P r e v e n t O v e r l o a d i n g For the designer who must anticipate the unexpected, here are ways to guard machinery against carelessness or accident. Co py rig hte dM ate ria l Peter C. Noy 1 Driving pin Driven pin Output shaft Filled input shoft Sleeve CAMMED SLEEVE connects input and output shafts.
The only requirements are: AB-BC; AD —AE; and CD, DF, FE, EC are all equal. The linkage can be used to generate circular arcs of large radius by locating A outside the circular path of C. com 1 0 W a y s t o C h a n g e S t r a i g h t - L i n e D i r e c t i o n Arrangements of linkages, slides, friction drives and gears that can be the basis of many ingenious devices. com 9 M o r e W a y s S t r a i g h t - L i n e t o C h a n g e D i r e c t i o n These devices, using gears, cams, pistons, and solenoids, supplement similar arrangements employing linkages, slides, friction drives, and gears, shown.
Sometimes stop fingers can be added to already existing gears in a train, making this design simplest of all. Input gear, however, is limited to a maximum of about 5 turns. Copyright © 2005 by The McGraw-Hill Companies PINNED FINGERS limit shaft turns to approximately N + 1 revolutions in either direction. Resilient pin-bushings would help reduce impact force. com (ONUV ONE: SHOVJN B s V e a m u l b l y f o r S e Copyright © 2005 by The McGraw-Hill Companies w a g e L i f t Courtesy: Morgan & Parmley, Ltd.