Definition of Pinion and crown wheel
1. Noun. Gears that mesh at an angle.
Specialized synonyms: Differential, Differential Gear
Generic synonyms: Cogwheel, Gear, Gear Wheel, Geared Wheel
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Literary usage of Pinion and crown wheel
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1. Refractories and Furnaces: Properties, Preparation, and Application of by Francis Thompson Havard (1912)
"The drive is "overhead" through pinion and crown wheel; the material coming in is guided directly under the rolls, and as it becomes sufficiently ground ..."
2. The Motor Car: A Practical Manual for the Use of Students and Motor Car Owners by Robert W. A. Brewer (1909)
"Concerning the bevel drive, which exists in most cars, it is very essential that the pinion and crown wheel run on their true pitch line, so in addition to ..."
3. Exhibition ...: Hebron city of the patriarchs : list of exhibits at the by Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Boston, Ruth Lehrer, A. Harold Fisch, Murray Roston (1881)
"... by means of a screw, and free at the other end to carry, by means of pinion and crown wheel, an index pointer, moving over a dial graduated to degrees. ..."