Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Ring cone type stepless transmission










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #5129869.

A ring cone type stepless transmission for effecting change speed on a torque received from an input section and transmitting the torque to an output section. The transmission comprises a main shaft for rotatably supporting a carrier which rotatably supports a plurality of taper cones. The main shaft further supports a disk-shaped rotatable member spring-loaded for contacting the taper cones to effect torque transmission therewith. A ring-shaped change speed member is provided movable parallel to the main shaft to contact varied positions of the taper cones, thereby varying a transmission ratio between the carrier and rotatable member. A supporting member is also mounted on the main shaft for contacting and supporting the taper cones. This supporting member counteracts a moment acting on the taper cones as a result of contact pressures applied to the taper cones from the rotatable member and change speed member.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Ice data collection system
Enhancement of semiconducting photovoltaic absorbers by the addition of alkali salts through solution coating techniques
Systems and related methods of user-guided searching
Jewelry
Liquid crystal display device
Field device for determining or monitoring a physical or chemical process variable
Front portion of a vehicle, toy, and/or replicas thereof
  Randomly Featured Patents
Device for treating human skin by means of radiation
Method and apparatus for producing a collapsibly foldable packaging sleeve having a polygonal cross-section
Locking mechanism
Purification process of aliphatic polyester
Image capture apparatus and focus adjustment method
Process for fabricating a circular frame
Floor display
Coating device for running webs of paper or cardboard
Apparatus for extracting a flexible product from a machine for fabricating same
Adhesive comprising post-chlorinated polyethylene and polyvinyl chloride