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foot treadleの例文

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  • Anson made a turning lathe entirely of native wood, powered by a foot treadle.
  • Percussion firing could be executed by the Pointer ( man controlling elevation ) by pushing a foot treadle.
  • As a foot treadle, the machine mounts in a cabinet about the size of an adult schooldesk.
  • The accompaniment in the right hand mimics the perpetual movement of the spinning-wheel and the left hand imitates the foot treadle.
  • It also uses a foot treadle, but the spinner faces the spindle orifice instead of the side of the flyer, and feeds the roving in directly.
  • One type of wheel has the wooden flyer assembly mounted horizontally on the table of a treadle sewing machine, and is rotated by means of the foot treadle.
  • Pigeons were trained to perform an auditory-visual discrimination task by depressing two different foot treadles, one when an auditory tone was presented, and another treadle in the presence of a red light.
  • There are two types of Cowichan wheels : each has a foot treadle and pulley, a flyer assembly with a large-sized orifice, a substantial bobbin and flyer, and large, widely spaced guide hooks.
  • Additionally the Graphophones initially deployed foot treadles to rotate the recordings, then wind-up clockwork drive mechanisms, and finally migrated to electric motors, instead of the manual crank that was used on Edison's phonograph.
  • A steam operated firedoor was fitted, permitting the stoker to operate the door by means of a foot treadle, while an auxiliary operating handle allowed the driver to operate the door in situations where this was found more convenient.
  • Household sewing machines were powered with a foot treadle; however, factory sewing machines were steam-powered from a line shaft . Dogs were sometimes used on machines such as a treadmill, which could be adapted to churn butter.
  • The Graphophone designs initially deployed foot treadles to rotate the recordings which were then replaced by more convenient wind-up clockwork drive mechanisms and which finally migrated to electric motors, instead of the manual crank that was used on Edison's phonograph.