in sich federnd vorgespannt

English translation: pretensioned spring construction

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German term or phrase:in sich federnd vorgespannt
English translation:pretensioned spring construction
Entered by: Vadney (X)

16:33 Jan 29, 2002
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
German term or phrase: in sich federnd vorgespannt
In a patent relating to a mode switch-over assembly: "Vorteilhaft ist das Schalthilfsmittel in sich axial federnd vorgespannt, wodurch eine umschaltung unabhängig von der konkreten Lagezuordnung der schaltbar formschlüssig ineinandergreifenden Kupplungspartner synchronisierbar ist."

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Harold
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pretensioned spring construction
Explanation:
... The advantage of the switching aid is its axial pretensioned spring construction ...
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pretensioned spring construction


Explanation:
... The advantage of the switching aid is its axial pretensioned spring construction ...

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