Definition of Cam stroke
1. Noun. The maximum movement available to a pivoted or reciprocating piece by a cam.
Generic synonyms: Motion, Movement
Specialized synonyms: Instroke, Outstroke
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Literary usage of Cam stroke
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1. Mechanical Drawing: A Treatise on the Drawing of Mechanisms and Machine Details by Franklin Day Jones (1920)
"... and as one fourth the cam circumference is divided into three parts, one half the cam stroke is divided into the square of 3, or into 9 parts and the ..."
2. Cam Design and Manufacture by Frederic Burnham Jacobs (1921)
"As the lever moves over its fulcrum it draws the roll away from the center line of the cam, thus the cam stroke in this particular case is com- 7 ..."