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  • Power Springs and Spring Motors-Image
    Power Springs and Spring Motors - (28 companies)
    Power springs and spring motors are rotational-drive springs that are wound tightly and mounted on an arbor. They are used in applications such as retractable reels, tape measures, and retracting seat belts. Power Springs and Spring Motors... Learn More
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    Reels - (668 companies)
    ...of reel flanges. Rewind Options. Reels have several rewind options. These include manual or crank, electric, hydraulic, pneumatic, and spring. In a manual or crank rewind reel no rewind mechanism is associated with the reel. A hand crank or other... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    IC Clocks - (105 companies)
    Consumer electronics. Wireless handhelds. Global positioning systems (GPS). IC clocks may be part of a printed circuit board (PCB) that uses a number of these components. IC clocks can also be used when an input reference clock fails to operate... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Spring Winding Services - (283 companies)
    Spring winding services providers fabricate springs to specifications supplied by their customers, often providing design assistance. How to Select Spring Winding Services. Spring winding services fabricate springs to specifications supplied... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Torsion Springs - (254 companies)
    Helically wound springs that deflect torque rotationally, torsion springs express mechanical energy through the property of elasticity: the spring action happens when it is twisted rather than compressed or pulled. Despite the name, torsion springs... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Extension Springs - (286 companies)
    Helically wound to oppose resistant forces, extension springs have consistent mechanical energy to return to its no-load, compressed position. The ends of the spring are attached to components intended to move apart, with the extension spring... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Compression Springs - (384 companies)
    Compression springs are the most recognizable of spring and are intended to oppose compaction in the direction of the axis. The spring is extended at rest, shorten and store energy when a load is applied, and is one most efficient energy storage... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Flat Springs - (103 companies)
    Flat springs are flat strips of material that, when deflected by an external load, store and release energy. Flat springs are actually small, stamped metal components that function like a spring by controlling deflection within small or restricted... Learn More
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    Spring Washers - (152 companies)
    Spring washers, sometimes called disc springs, lend their mechanical capabilities to the unique profile of the material: the irregularities of the washer compress with a proportionate resistance to return to their predeflected shape. Spring washers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Die Springs - (54 companies)
    ...and reliable resistance, die springs also find use in other industries. Die Spring Operation. Utilizing rectangular wire with a rounded profile, die springs take advantage of the pitch between coils, allowing more wire per spring, reducing stress... Search by Specification | Learn More

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  • Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering
    watch and clock mechanisms Seebarrel andbarrel arbor ; balance spring ; centre pinion; centre wheel; escape pinion; escape wheel; escapements;fourth pin- ion;fourth wheel;fusee arbor;going-barrel;great wheel;index;keylessmecha- nism; staff;wheel; third pinion; third wheel; Figures C.12 and …
  • Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets > Landing Impact Protection through a Hybrid Attenuation System
    The torque applied by the clock spring pro- duces an angular acceleration of the arbor after overcoming the inertia moments introduced by the acceleration of the ex- tended portion of the belt.
  • Stop-clock key retainer
    The keys as fitted by the makers pass through a hole in the back of the clock case and are a spring fit on the minute-hand arbor .
  • Calculation of gear wheels
    The keys as fitted by the makers pass through a hole in the back of the clock case and are a spring fit on the minute-hand arbor .
  • Standard Handbook of Machine Design, Third Edition > SPRINGS
    Power springs, also known as clock , motor, or flat coil springs , are made of flat strip material which is wound on an arbor and confined in a case.
  • Epicyclic gear trains for difficult ratios
    If the arbor which carries the arm or frame is connected by a ‘slipping clutch’ in ‘motor language’, or by a spring - pressed frictional device such … … the hands of a clock to be set, with an arbor turned by ordinary gearing …
  • Bacterial Circadian Programs
    … 0606, USA, e-mail: Mariette R. Atkinson Department of Biological Chemistry, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor , MI 48109-0606, USA … … Physics, 4000 Dauphin Street, Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL … … for Research on Biological Clocks , Texas A&M University, College …
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  • Understanding Pendulums
    Clocks with spring suspension pendulums usually have a crutch (Figs. 1.2a and 4.1b) to connect the pendulum to the escapement (Saunier 1861/1975; Britten 1978; Rawlings 1993). The crutch is attached to an arbor pivoted in the movement.
  • Modeling and analysis of an atmospheric driven Atmos clock with mechanical escapement control
    … expands and contracts, it displaces a small winding chain connected to a pulley on the mainspring arbor . The pulley is connected to the clock ’s mainspring so that a one way ratchet only allows spring winding for tension to operate the clock wheels.