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Schrägableitung

English translation: angled take-off

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07:56 Nov 14, 2008
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
German term or phrase: Schrägableitung
"Kegelradgetriebe, beidseitig sperrend, einschließlich 45° Gelenklager für Schrägableitung." Leider ist nicht mehr Text vorhanden.
pseudomugil
Germany
Local time: 09:29
English translation:angled take-off
Explanation:
I would say, or inclined take-off, in the sense of a PTO (power take-off). Made possible by the 45° joint.
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Alan Johnson
Germany
Local time: 09:29
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3 +1angled take-off
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angled take-off


Explanation:
I would say, or inclined take-off, in the sense of a PTO (power take-off). Made possible by the 45° joint.

Alan Johnson
Germany
Local time: 09:29
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agree  Ken Cox: sounds reasonable. You could also say oblique take-off if you want a fancy synonym for 'angled' (e.g. for patent text)
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Nov 14, 2008 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
Field (specific)Construction / Civil Engineering » Mechanics / Mech Engineering


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