from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In gearing, the imaginary cone on the surface of which lie the pitch-circles of a bevel-gear; an imaginary cone generated by the revolution of a line drawn from the intersection of the axes of two bevel-gears, to a point in the plane of the axes whose distance from the axes is proportional to the diameters of the gears.


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