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    1. wolfpsf

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      Here on theforum I found a post http://www.mechanicaldesignforum.com/showthread.php?2613-Motor-design and decided to create a post of this «The principles of operation ofdevices»
      When I wasa kid, I knew how the ICE (internal combustion engine), but had no idea why andhow sew sewing machine, because the needle does not pass through the canvas.And now you can see in the section. A steam locomotive? You know what how it works?A gun?
      Let's layout the mechanisms that show the principle of
      ICE (internal combustion engine
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    3. wolfpsf

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      here are the mechanisms
      Called the constant velocity joints, constant velocity joints
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      Double-acting steam engine
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      The Stirling engine
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    5. wolfpsf

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      Rotary-piston Wankel engine.
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      Work Autococker Paintball Marker
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      The onboard tool on destroyers
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      Steam engine for pumping water out of the mine. Since it began to use engines.
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      locomotive
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      Two-stroke internal combustion engine
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      Automatic pistol.
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      The mechanism through which provided intermittent motion second hand
      [​IMG]Radial engine.
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      The link in your initial post is not working for me. What thread are you referencing? Thanks!
       
    7. GarethW

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      I have fixed the link. I think it's the right one. Fascinating thread, by the way!
       
    8. wolfpsf

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      Reciprocating easier than you thought
      [​IMG]Rack and pinion gearing.
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      Sewing machine
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    9. wolfpsf

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      What do you think about this
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      identity mechanism, experts understand
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