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Posted by: kojak

10/13/2005, 02:11:34

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May I ask if someone has any ideas on making a rotational work to make a perpendicular thrust?






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Posted by: SolomonGrundy

10/14/2005, 14:45:07

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I am working on just such a device to propel a small boat.






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Posted by: swearingen

10/13/2005, 07:36:09

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Perpindicular to what? The axis of the rotation or the plane of the rotation?






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Posted by: kojak

10/13/2005, 21:36:20

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Perpendicular to the plane of rotation. When I rotate the member CW or CCW, it will move a certain part forward up to a certain distance. When returned to original state, the part will return also to original position. tnx






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Posted by: zekeman

10/17/2005, 01:05:37

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try a screw thread






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