A rod at the end of a heddle.
A solid or hollow cylinder or bar, having one or more journals on which it rests and revolves, and intended to carry one or more wheels or other revolving parts and to transmit power or motion; as, the shaft of a steam engine.
The centre support of a roller or cylinder on the press.
the chrome rod on the shock that has a heim on one end and the piston and shims fastened to the other end.
a long pointed rod used as a weapon
a revolving rod that transmits power or motion
a bar, or rod, that moves or turns to transmit motion into a machine
a rod or bar designed and built for transmitting rotary motion; shortened term for propeller shaft
A device that is mechanically attached to the work load and provides rotary motion in motors.
Bar responsible for the transmission of force to the support of materials on the conveyor.
In louver dampers the supporting structural element in the blade through which rotary motion produces blade relocation. In guillotine dampers a bar or tube through which actuator rotation is transmitted between drive members.
The rod-shaped component found in most compression-type and draw-type latches that provides latch actuation. The shaft also provides for linear and axial positioning of the latch pawl.
Reciprocating or rotating rod within a cylinder.
The internationally used term for the frame that supports a group of heddles on the loom (also called a harness in the United States). A group of shafts working together is called a harness.