TWIN BALL SYSTEM
THE SMALLEST POSSIBLE EFFORT FOR THE GREATEST POSSIBLE EFFECT
IN THE WORLD:
The piston with the radius
guide groove (groove shaft) is coupled with the cylinder equipped with a pair
of balls (rolling force development for mutual compensation of forces). The exterior
housing with the radius groove secures the cylinder against twisting. The shape
of the guide groove is variable: for instance, linear 80" angle of inclination
for part-turn valve actuators.
|A sine groove for showing
oscillating movements in pumps and as a crankshaft. The number of pairs of balls
and the way they are lodged are variable depending upon the application and load.
The leverage force or torque remains the same over the entire stroke and only
depends upon the diameter of the groove shaft and the groove inclination. Therefore,
it is not dependant upon the stroke.
the lever/torque is
independent of the stroke, saving you an enormous amount of space.
there is no immediate
friction - a minimum of loss of power, thus saving a lot of energy
centred design strategy
- no overturning moment, no tangential forces, no axial abrasion
run with optimum guiding
can be designed in a
wide variety of materials (plastic, ceramics, metals, ...) for slow and fast systems
in a hot or cold environmentg.
rolling instead of
dragging force development - the highest service lives and low lubrication effort
with a minimum of wear and tear.
can be designed in
any size from the reversing lever in measuring and control technology to the crankshaft
replacement in the explosion motor.
simple design principle
with round centred components meaning low production costs.
The Miller Twin Ball System
can be used wherever stroke movement should be transformed into rotating movement
or rotating movement into stroke movement.
Part-turn valve actuators or motors, step-rotate drives, metering pumps for such
things as thick matter, compressors, alternatives, pneumatic and hydraulic motors,
etc., etc., etc. The Miller Twin Ball System can be designed with almost any material.
The applications are almost unlimited.