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Author: kilebantick

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Filesize: 63.65 kB

Date added: 2010-12-04

Rating: 6.4

Downloads: 266

Views: 375

Comments: 6

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Made with: Algodoo before v1.8.5

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Well, it's a type of Linkage i'm pretty sure. Good for, well nothing really.
Pretty cool to look at though:)
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A bit like cgears, but inside each other.
Pretty much matey, yeah. Didn't get the idea from C-Gears though:)
awesome good Idia but not very useful I mean gears are as good 10/10:tup: :tup: :tup:
Last edited at 2010/12/04 18:25:31 by lior1997
Interesting. If used in real life, then replacing fixates with hinges would result in more efficient energy transmission. :tup: :tup:
Similar stuff is used quite a bit in the real world especialy in printing and paper handling equipment. It allows the driving shaft to remain stationary and the driven shaft to "float" :tup:
I'm impressed! I knew this after you.:|