A bevel gear wheel in which the teeth sides do not form lines radiating from the wheel centre, but point to one side of it.
The bevel gear carries a cam-piece which moves the clutch sleeve back and forth as it revolves.
A bevel gear is one in which the shafts of the two gears are not parallel.
On this vertical shaft there is mounted the water pump and a bevel gear for driving two magnetos.
A bevel gear is frequently used to change the direction of the force.
A bevel gear having its teeth at an angle of 45 degrees to its shaft.
This shaft also carries a bevel gear L, which meshes with a bevel gear K mounted on a sleeve.
In either case the bevel gear wheels z, z′ operate, respectively, a vertical screw engaging a nut on the cross-head.
On the other, or front end of the shaft which carries the gear, D, is a bevel gear by which another bevel gear and worm is turned.
At the outer end of each shaft there is keyed thereto a bevel gear with an outside diameter of 27 mm.