A wheel with a broad rim, or grooved rim, for transmitting power from, or imparting power to, the different parts of machinery, or for changing the direction of motion, by means of a belt, cord, rope, or chain.
To raise or lift by means of a pulley.
a wheel over which a rope, chain or belt passes. Pulleys can be used to change the speed of a mechanism. If a large pulley is connected by a belt to a small pulley, the small pulley turns faster causing an increase in speed. If a small pulley drives a large one, there is a decrease in speed but an increase in power.
A circular system of steps which, when coupled with a belt or like device, provides RPM ratios. The animation shows a typical pulley system, which may be found on a milling machine drill press, or other machine.
a small wheel with a grooved rim used with a rope or chain to change the direction of a pulling force and in combination to increase the force applied for lifting
A device for transferring power when using Belts as Gearing. Changing to smaller or larger Pulleys changes the gear ratio, and can be used to make a shaft turn faster or slower than the shaft that is providing its power.
The common, or layman¹s term for a grooved wheel. See Sheave.
a simple machine consisting of a wheel with a groove in which a rope can run to change the direction or point of application of a force applied to the rope
a chain, belt or rope wrapped around a wheel
a grooved wheel that runs around an axle and has a rope or chain going over it
a Grooved Wheel that turns around an Axle (Fulcrum), and a rope or a chain is used in the grove to lift heavy objects
a machine made up of a wheel and rope
a mechanical machine mainly used to pull or lift a load using a wheel and a rope
a particular simple machine this uses grooved tires in addition to a particular rope to raise, lower or else move a particular load
a rope, belt, or chain wrapped around a grooved wheel
a simple machine consists of a grooved wheel, called sheave, over which a string can pass
a simple machine made with a rope, belt or chain wrapped around a wheel
a simple machine that allows you to change direction of a force
a simple machine that may change the amount, speed, and direction of a force
a simple machine that uses grooved wheels and a rope to
a small wheel with a groove in the rim in which a rope or belt moves
a thing that is a simple machine that helped gold miners do things
a type of lever that uses a wheel as a fulcrum and a rope or belt as the lever arms
a very common simple machine
a way to use your own weight to lift an object to another height
a wheel, and it's like all wheels, the wheel is only as good as its axle
a wheel over which a rope or belt is passed
a wheel that carries a rope, chain or cable on its rim and can be used to lift a heavy load
a wheel that turns on an axle
a wheel which may or may not have a grooved rim
A simple machine consisting of a wheel that rotates around a stationary axle. The outer rim of the pulley is grooved to accommodate a rope or chain.
wheel used with a belt that grips onto it. There may be a groove in the pulley to help the belt grip
A device consisting of a sheave mounted in a block or wall, which is used to achieve mechanical advantage when lifting or pulling heavy objects.
Grooved wheel for the halyard to pass over, which permits the raising and lowering of a flag.
A constraint that executes a force on another object when one object is moved. Imagine tying two bricks onto opposite ends of a rope, then throwing it over a tree limb. When you pull down on one, the other brick rises. [ edit
Wheel mechanism that controls the movement, speed and direction of materials. These contain a bore or a groove to which the conveyor is attached.
a wheel over which a rope, chain, or belt passes. Pulleys move things up, down, or across. Example: curtain rod, tow truck, mini blind, flag pole, crane
The common, or layman1/4s term for a grooved wheel. See Sheave.
A wheel, usually cylindrical, but polygonal in cross section with its center bored for mounting on a shaft.
Wheel around which the cables of a weight driven clock run halving the drop required but also halving the force imparted on the train.
Rotating wheel, which lifts heavy loads or aid in transmitting power, by use of the belt or cable hat fits into the rim around the wheel.
A pulley is a wheel with a groove along its edge, also called a sheave, for holding a rope or cable. Pulleys are usually used in sets designed to reduce the amount of force needed to lift a load. However, the same amount of work is necessary for the load to reach the same height as it would without the pulleys.