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Double Offset Joint (DOJ)

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22:01 Nov 7, 2008
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English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: Double Offset Joint (DOJ)
*Double Offset Joint*
A type of inner plunge CV joint that uses balls and straight grooves machined in the joint housing. The joint housing sometimes has a stubshaft that slips into the transaxle.

Cómo se traduce el nombre de ese tipo de junta? (palabras relacionadas: juntas homocinéticas, diferencial, eje, piñón)

Gracias!
Marusela Acuña
Chile
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Summary of answers provided
3junta de doble desplazamiento
José Nolasco


  

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junta de doble desplazamiento


Explanation:
Yo tuve problemas precisamente con la palabra "offset" en un artículo relacionado con prótesis de la rodilla y tuve que decidirme por el término "desplazamiento". Espero esto te ayude.

José Nolasco
El Salvador
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Notes to answerer
Asker: Gracias José. La verdad es que cuando puse esta pregunta esperaba que alguien me dijera "junta de doble desplazamiento" ya que era la traducción que más me parecía, pero en google no hay muchas coincidencias para eso. Tal vez ponga eso y el nombre original en inglés (a veces se conocen más así). Saludos!

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