A New Century of Inventions

Research Associate James White

[...]defined with sufficient exactitude. This then, is one of the cases in which (as I have observed in a former work) my late Patent System of Geering has given rise to machines that could not have existed without it,-which it does by possessing exclusively the property of realizing (sensibly) the whole calculated effect and working without commotion or assignable friction. It may please some of my readers to be informed that this System, and the means of executing it in every dimension, will hold a prominent place in some future page of this essay. Referring again to the figure 1, the teeth X X, Y Y, are there placed to give[...].