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@Model C CONSTON
for extension

Example@of use

This model has the broadest range of uses.  The inside end of the CONSTON is wound around the drum and the CONSTON is drawn off of the shaft by pulling the outside end, which rotates around the shaft.
Since the CONSTON is a spring, force works in the direction in which it seeks to revert to its original position ij.This reverting force is used.
It is always constant regardless of the length of the withdrawn stroke.

Model N CONSTON
for
rotation use
Example@of use

This is the model in which CONSTON is used as rotation force.
The use of the CONSTON makes it possible to obtain a rolling mechanism with constant torque.
The CONSTON, which is attached to the smaller drum (D3), is drawn out and fixed on the larger drum (D4) on the reverse surface.
When shaft D4 is rotated and the CONSTON is wound on D4 drum, force is released in the direction in which the CONSTON seeks to revert i
j.
This rotational force always maintains a constant torque.
The rotational force that is used is drawn from D4 shaft.

Overlap type
CONSTON
(Model NH)

Example@of use

The Model NH CONSTON has a multi-layered configuration, as shown in the illustration.
Although the operating range is limited to a maximum of 120, it is possible to obtain the torque corresponding to the total number of CONSTON springs used.


The Model NH CONSTON@is capable of responding to any torque by broadening the width, increasing the number of layers or modifying the thickness

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