Reverted Gear Trains
Reverted gear trains are specific mechanical systems. When the axes of the first gear and the last gear (last driven) are co-axial, we call than a reverted gear train.
Reverted Gear Trains – Everything You Need To Know About Them!
A reverted gear train is very similar to a compound gear train. They are both used when there is only a small space between the input and output shafts and large changes in speed or power are needed.
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