What Is a Sprocket?


A sprocket is a wheel with teeth that meshes with a track, chain or other indented or perforated material. Sprockets are used in motorcycles, bicycles, tracked vehicles and other machinery to transmit rotary motion between two shafts where gears are unsuitable.
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Sprockets are the toothed wheels that the chain run over.
A chain saw is made of of four basic components, including the engine, the sprocket, the chain and the guide bar. The engine provides the power that drives the chain saw. The sprocket
A sprocket is a toothed wheel whose teeth engage something in order to move it, such as a bike
sprocket: roller that has teeth on the rims to pull film or paper through; thin wheel with teeth that engage with a chain; tooth on the rim of gear wheel
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Carpentry. a wedge-shaped piece of wood extending a sloping roof over the eaves with a flatter pitch.
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