Dynamics of Machine Lab Equipment

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MODEL NO – DOM-018 DESCRIPTIONS: The “Metlor” Educational demonstration model shows the fundamentals of how an internal gear and pinion drive. The system

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MODEL NO – DOM-017 DESCRIPTIONS: The “Metlor” Educational Whitworth’s quick return is used to generate uneven reciprocating motion with slow feed and quick


MODEL NO – DOM-016 DESCRIPTIONS: The “ Metlor” The modes of oscillation and resonances of rotors with continuous mass distribution can be clearly


MODEL NO – DOM-015 DESCRIPTIONS: The “ Metlor” Universal vibration trainer can be used to study many topics from the field of vibration theory


MODEL NO – DOM-014 DESCRIPTION: The “ Metlor” Universal governor is designed for studying motion and functions of the following governors: Porter,


MODEL NO – DOM-013 DESCRIPTION: The “ Metlor” experimental unit can be used to demonstrate imbalance and the balancing process clearly. The


MODEL NO – DOM-012 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” Educational Scotch Yoko Mechanism mechanism demonstrates relative motion between a crank rotation in degrees and


MODEL NO – DOM-011 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” cutaway model is carefully sectioned for training purposes, professionally painted with different colours to better

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MODEL NO – DOM-010 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” Oldham coupling mechanism demonstrates relative angular motion in degrees between two shafts with parallel but


MODEL NO – DOM-009 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” experimental apparatus is used for studying relationship between gyroscopic torque, rotor speed and rate of


MODEL NO – DOM-008 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” experimental journal bearing apparatus for investigating the distribution of pressure in slide bearings illustrates the


MODEL NO – DOM-007 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” educational gyroscope for demonstration as well as for quantitative determination of gyroscopic laws by means of


MODEL NO – DOM-006 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” experimental unit clearly demonstrates the fundamentals needed to deal with free and forced vibrations. The differences


MODEL NO – DOM-005 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” experimental unit is designed to clearly demonstrate the effect of the Coriolis force in a rotating


MODEL NO – DOM-003 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” experimental Computerized Cam Analysis unit allows the dynamic investigation of a cam mechanism at various


MODEL NO – DOM-001 DESCRIPTION: The “Metlor” offers a comprehensive machine that allows students to study cams and followers. It shows how they

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