A cogwheel (pronunciation: /ˈkäɡˌ(h)wēl/) is defined as a wheel or bar with a series of projections on its edge that transfers motion by engaging with projections on another wheel or bar.
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About the Author
Formally I am educated in the Mechanical Technology and Manufacturing Technology fields, and known as a Technologist (what is a Technologist?). I am currently pursing my Master’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering. I work in the manufacturing and mechanical engineering sectors. I also do work out of a small home shop. There is significant electronics and programming overlap out of my interest in robotics, vibration and controls and as such I am often programming Arduinos and PLCs. I also dabble in electronic design.
Outside of academia and work I am a gearhead who began training very early in life by being the son of a mechanic and taking all things apart and wondering why things work the way they do. I’m a Christian and I’m eternally thankful for the freedom I have in my life (both physically and spiritually). “and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free”. John 8:32 (ESV)
If you want to get in touch with me please send me an email: justin(at sign)thecogwheel.net You can also find me on Twitter – @thecogwheelman.