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- n. The variable speed-gear in the headstock of a power-lathe.
- n. plural Gears for changing the speed of a shaft by transferring the power to a secondary shaft and then back to the first shaft, or one concentric or parallel with it. Such a set of gears is commonly used on lathes for driving the live spindle when cutting metal.
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