crank pins

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  • A crank pin is attached to each, and these pins are connected together by a simple link. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 598, June 18, 1887, by Various
  • All the driving wheels have an out-of-balance which is caused by their off-center crank pins and attached components.
  • The two low-pressure cylinders are located outside the frame, each having a main rod and crank pin connected to the driving wheel center. Cited from The Traveling Engineers' Association, by Anonymous
  • This pin was located close to the crank pin of the first drive-axle.
  • Pass front end of piston rod over the crank pin. Cited from Things To Make, by Archibald Williams
  • Engine: the crankshaft now has seven bearings with a larger surface area and the crank pins are now bored to reduce weight.
  • Knowing the position of the eccentric in relation to the crank pin, an inspection would show where it belongs. Cited from The Traveling Engineers' Association, by Anonymous
  • The exhibited bike has an experimental larger valve head and a large aluminium crank pin.
  • But of the levers or crank-pins through which muscular engines exert their power we have said nothing hitherto. Cited from A Book of Exposition, by Homer Heath Nugent
  • In addition the stress on the centre of the beam was massively reduced, and those on the crank pin slightly reduced.
  • Crank pin and crosshead bearings carry small cup-shaped reservoirs for oil.
  • The lower end, which receives the crank pin, is split, and provided with a tangent screw for taking up wear. Cited from Scientific American, Volume XLIII, No. 25 New Series, Dec 18, 1880
  • The crank shaft has four crank pins to drive four sawing frames, one more than common in Dutch wind-sawmills.
  • The crank pins are not normally called journals although they form the centre shafts of the big end bearings and are therefore journals in the more general sense.
  • Let any one having an engine running at a good speed, loosen the crank pin brasses a little, so that, at starting, it will thump heavily. Cited from Scientific American, Volume 24, No. 12, March 18, 1871, by Various
  • Q. If the main crank pin was broken? Cited from The Traveling Engineers' Association, by Anonymous
  • However, some V-twin engine designs have two-pin cranks, while other V configurations include split crank-pins for more even firing.
  • It is getting very common among engineers to use "hard grease" on the crank pin and main journals, and it will very soon be used exclusively. Cited from Rough and Tumble Engineering, by James H. Maggard
  • Q. Is it necessary to use oil with grease on crank pins? Cited from The Traveling Engineers' Association, by Anonymous
  • Just at this time, crank pins on both engines failed almost simultaneously, and Arkansas drifted helplessly to the shore.
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