timing belt

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timing belt

n.
A cogged belt, usually of reinforced rubber, that drives the camshaft in an internal-combustion engine.
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The C evolution is equipped with a drivetrain swing arm with liquid-cooled permanent magnet synchronous motor via a toothed belt and ring gearing.
It produces a peak torque of 60Nm at 4000rpm, and sends drive to the rear wheel via a toothed belt.
These versions are designed for applications such as toothed belt drives, applications that place enormous stress on the output stage due to the radial forces at gearheads takes these forces into account.
The PB167 is an integrated precompression module that features servo driven compression plates motioned by a toothed belt and with a compression force of 1000 N.
They herald a new age in packaging technology, combining the dynamic response of a linear motor handling system with the costs of a toothed belt handling solution.
On the basis of tentative evaluations the axis with toothed belt drive EGC-120-50-TB-KF-50H-GK-ZUB-2MY2X and with slide's working stroke of 50 mm (***, 2010), servo motor EMMS-AS-100-S-RSB, and gear unit EMGA-80-P-G3SAS-100 (***, 2009) have been accepted.
A lightweight aluminum slotted profile with a toothed belt drive and carriage.
The ELGR toothed belt axis is designed primarily for applications involving relatively short stroke lengths and low moments on the guide, such as pick and place tasks and transporting small masses.
A toothed belt can be mounted on either the inner or outer ring of the bearing, depending on the type of drive configuration required.
The belt is a toothed belt, run on a toothed gear driven by a servomotor.
The linear motion modules come with a choice of accurate ball screw drives or fast toothed belt drives.
It was also said to have been among the first industrial engines to use a toothed belt as camshaft drive.