Conjugate drive mechanism

Machine element or mechanism – Mechanical movements – Rotary to or from reciprocating or oscillating

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74 50, 92138, 92237, F16H 2118

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ABSTRACT:
A motion converter employs a shuttle movable in a reciprocating fashion along a rectilinear path and having an aperture therein. One side of the aperture is defined by a first trackable profile and an opposite side of the aperture is defined by a second trackable profile. A pair of conjugate drivers is rotatably mounted on a crank pin positioned within the aperture of the shuttle. The conjugate drivers have tracking profiles which are in continuous conjugating engagement with the trackable profiles of the shuttle. Each of the tracking profiles has the same circumferential length as its corresponding trackable profile.

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