Spur Gear

Business / Machine Shop / Spur Gear: A gear with teeth parallel to the axis of the shaft on which it is mounted.

Other Words for Gear

Gear Noun Synonyms: equipment, apparatus, appliances, implements, tools, tackle, utensils, supplies, material(s), accessories, accoutrements or also accouterments, appurtenances, paraphernalia, panoply, outfit, trappings, fixtures, materiel
Gear Verb Synonyms: cog, cog-wheel, gearbox, mechanism, machinery, works
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Other Words for Spur

Spur Adjective Synonyms: projection, prong, spike, spine, gaff, barb, quill, tine, barbel, barbule, process
Spur Verb Synonyms: goad, prod, urging, impulse, incitement, instigation, prompting, pressure, stimulus, stimulation, incentive, provocation, inducement, encouragement, motive, motivation
Spur Noun Synonyms: goad, prod, urge, egg on, impel, incite, prompt, press, push, pressure or pressurize, stimulate, drive, provoke, induce, encourage, motivate, excite, animate
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Helical Gear

Business / Machine Shop / Helical Gear: A gear with teeth cut at some angle other than at a right angle across the face of the gear, thus permitting more than one tooth to be engaged at all times and providing a smoother and quieter operati MORE

Planetary Gear

Technology / Motorcycle / Planetary Gear: A gear system that consists of one or more outer gears (or planet gears), rotating about a central gear (or sun gear). Planet gears are often mounted on a movable arm or carrier which also may rotate MORE

Landing Gear

Technology / Aviation / Landing Gear: The wheels, floats, skis, and all of the attachments that support the airplane when it is resting on the ground or water. MORE

Spur Gear

Business / Machine Shop / Spur Gear: A gear with teeth parallel to the axis of the shaft on which it is mounted. MORE

Geary

Entertainment / Tennis / Geary: When the player pulls a quality pose after winning a point MORE

Spur Pruning

Life Style / Wine / Spur Pruning: A method of pruning vines. More details may be found in my advice page on vine pruning techniques. MORE

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