Lab experiments for now

This picture shows an example of a difficult situation to actually set up/slide gear wheels from different shafts to make the appropriate contact between one another

This sample above shows how it may not be recommended to set up gear wheel shafts with respect to the grooves/slots in the breadboard(note when shafts mounted on pillowblocks are parallel to the grooves, there is difficulty aligning different shafts across the “gap” space between the grooves; but if the shafts are at 90 degrees/perpendicular to the grooves then there are numerous ways to adjust the spacing from the pillowblocks sliding along the grooves to either move the shafts/gearwheels closer to other shafts/gearwheels or more distant

This picture shows better layout(can you see the difference in the orientation of shafts vs breadboard slots?)

The picture just above these words shows shafts perpendicular to the breadboard slots/grooves so that there is easier adjustment between gearshafts spacing closer or farther (which is not depending on the standard “gap” of the breadboard as in the prior initial picture)


 

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