By Henry T. Brown
This 1868 compendium of creative mechanisms employs easy drawings to give an explanation for 507 of the small parts that represent advanced equipment. Left-hand pages characteristic illustrations, and dealing with pages supply short descriptions of use and operation. starting from uncomplicated to complicated, the mechanisms comprise cranks, pulleys, drills, wheels, and screws.
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It was the knowledge of this want which induced the compilation of the collection here presented. The movements which it contains have been already illustrated and described in occasional installments scattered through five volumes of the AMERICAN ARTISAN, by the readers of which their publication was received with so much favor as was believed to warrant the expense of their reproduction with some revision in a separate volume. The selection of the movements embraced in this collection has been made from many and various sources.
Six bevel-gears are employed.
Another modification of 64; a weight or tumbler, E, secured on the hollow shaft, being used instead of spring and cam, and operating in combination with pin, C, in the shaft of worm-gear. 68. The single tooth, A, of the driving-wheel, B, acts in the notches of the wheel, C, and turns the latter the distance of one notch in every revolution of C. No stop is necessary in this movement, as the driving-wheel, B. serves as a lock by fitting into the hollows cut in the circumference of the wheel, C, between its notches.
507 Mechanical Movements. Mechanisms and Devices by Henry T. Brown