|IFIS # 13:
1. The Invention
- The problem to be
solved: To establish coupling between two
shafts being in different angular position.
The invention is an "angular coupling"
that contains neither a toothed wheel nor
flexible components that can be deformed. The
transference of the rotary motion is effected
through transmission arms.
- Presentation: The scissors-arm
type shaft coupling is suitable for the
transmission of the rotary motion from one shaft
to an other one that may have any angular
position with respect to each other. Its
construction differs from the usual "angular
couplings" because it does not contain
toothed wheel. In contrary to other similar
purpose shaft coupling designs it does not
contain components that are flexible or can be
deformed. It does not change the drive ratio but
its construction makes the ramification of the
transmission chain possible. The constant load
transmission is assured through the precisely
guided arms, even if no oil lubrication is used.
- Application: In
the fields of the mechanical engineering it is a
basic requirement to modify the angular direction
of the rotary motion of transmission. In addition
to the elimination of use of toothed wheels its
dimensioning facilities and lubrication
properties can extend its field of application.
- Advantages: The main
advantages are the "undemanding"
lubrication, the favourable dimensioning of the
transmission torque and the high precision,
synchronous transmission of the rotary motion
transmission between the coupled shafts.
- Stage of
Name: Dr. Béla NÁDAS
introdution: The inventor lives in Budapest, aged
46, specialist in internal medicine. As a hobby
he is interested in and deals with technical
questions and mechanical engineering.
where it is in force:
and/or finding investment partner and selling the
Name: Dr. Béla
Budai Nagy Antal u. 6., 1137 Budapest, Hungary