Additionally, dead weight supports are provided between the coarse stage (18) and the high accuracy stage (1) for vertically supporting the dead weight of the high accuracy stage (1).
The dead weight (22) is mounted on the frame (2) via the rubber bush (21).
The wheel (4) has a dead weight which is at least 20 times the weight of the briquette mass which is compressed at the same time.
The dynamic vibration absorber (20) is a structure including a rubber bush (21) and a dead weight (22).
The counterweight is connected to an anchored dead weight by a steel cable, which is wound in a parbuckle.
A reduced-weight bridge deck (10) having a plurality of areas (17) wich are void of concrete to provide a lower dead load force and to reduce the product costs.
In addition, it is possible to reduce manufacturing costs by minimizing the use of expensive steel reinforcement materials, exhibiting sufficient strength characteristics in spite of a small dead load.
The invention relates to a self-cleaning deadweight holder configured to hold a deadweight within a cooking apparatus.
The pigs must be capable of achieving a considerable weight at the time of slaughter (130 kg deadweight).
Slaughtered pigs must weigh 130 kg deadweight or more.
The carriage (18) is connected by way of a wire rope (26) with a counterbalance deadweight (32).
Auto ink supplying is respectively realized by means of siphon action, motor promotion and deadweight.
The buckling restraint support lessens the dead-weight of the whole support by reducing the weight of the restraint component.
This makes it possible to polish the polishing subject with a load lower than the load due to the self-weight of the polishing member.
In preferred embodiments a deadload-balancing pressure is applied to the rear of the piston or diaphragm.
A reservoir (41) whose pressure can be altered may be used to produce different values of deadload-balancing pressure.
Also disclosed in the present invention is a crane lifting arm which comprises the dead-weight positioning pulley baffle rod frame.
A movable member (8b) having an overlap (8j) bonded thereto moves up and down under the self-weight according to changes in the posture of the camera (1).