The other limb (234) acts as a compensating bimetal and having a cam follower (238) which engages a control surface (240) of a control cam (206).
Said device comprises at least one control cam region (2), provided with a driven cam element (71), having an eccentric control surface, and a cam follower element (10) that can be displaced or pivoted by the cam element (71).
The mounting member is moved within the safety shield as the cam follower tracks within the motion control cam tracks.
The control cam (2) and the counter cam (3) act on the double lever (5) in opposite directions of rotation.
An anti-loosening device is provided between said front sleeve and said nut, which includes an internal gear ring, a control cam and a spring member provided between said internal gear ring and said control cam.
The first cam system comprises a cam plate (22), provided with cam surfaces (24), and corresponding cam followers (28).
The second cam system also comprises a cam plate (40), provided with cam surfaces (42), and corresponding cam followers (46).
For each rotation of the cam wheel (64), the cam follower roll (77) lifts the hammer (41), compressing the spring (58) and storing energy therein.
The cam follower wheel (77) does not contact the cam wheel (64) immediately after drop-off.
The drive cam is connected to an idler cam (50) by a cam link (52).
The shift cam (14) has two shifting surfaces.
The assembly includes a rotatable cam plate (25) which defines upper and lower cam tracks (29, 30).
A guide element (21) having a guide center axis (22) running coaxially to the longitudinal center axis (13) of the cylinder block (12) is disposed on the side facing the cylinder block (12).
A cam disk (18) is disposed on the front of the cylinder block (12) facing away from the drive disk (17) and is supported on the housing (2) by means of a positioning device (19) with positively engaging positioning elements (19a, 19b).
The shaft is coupled to the first operating cam.
By the rotation of the cam plate (5), a ball (23) moves on the movement surface (24) of a motor unit (4) opposed to the cam plate (5).