motion

motion
1) движение; перемещение (см. тж movement)
2) устройство; механизм

motion per command — длина перемещения по команде, длина перемещения по одной команде (УП)

- absolute motion of body
- absolute motion of particle
- accelerated motion
- angular motion
- approaching motion
- ascensional motion
- axis motion
- B axis motion
- back motion
- back-and-forth motion
- backward motion
- bar-link motion
- bending motion
- bipedal motion
- box link motion
- bulk motion
- Cartesian motion
- closed link motion
- compliant motion
- compound motion of particle
- conflicting motions
- constrained motion
- continuous motion
- controlled motion
- controlling motion
- coordinated axis motion
- coordinated motion
- copying motion
- counter motion
- crank motion
- creep motion
- creeping motion
- cross motion
- curvilinear motion
- cushioned motion
- cutting motion
- damped harmonic motion
- decelerated motion
- differential motion
- discontinuous motion
- disturbed motion
- down-up motion
- driving motion
- drop motion
- eccentric feed motion
- eccentric motion
- eddy motion
- eddying motion
- end-to-end motion
- error motion
- fast motion
- feed motion
- fine motion
- four-bar motion
- free motion
- friction feed motion
- galloping motion
- generating motion
- generation motion
- Geneva motion
- harmonic motion
- helical motion
- hobbling motion
- impulse motion
- in motion
- in-and-out motion
- increasing motion
- independent axis motion
- in-line motion
- in-out motion
- intended motion
- interlocked motion with the rotation of the main spindle
- interlocked motion
- intermittent motion
- interrelated motions
- interrupted rectilinear motion
- irregular motion
- jerking motion
- jigging motion
- joint motion
- lever motion
- lift motion
- lift-and-carry motions
- lifting motion
- limited motion
- limited reciprocating rectilinear motion
- limited rectilinear motion and return
- limited rectilinear motion with delay
- link motion
- lost motion
- machine axis motion
- main motion
- micrometer motion
- motion of rigid body about fixed axis
- motion of rigid body about fixed point
- negative motion
- nonprobing axis motion
- nonsteady motion
- nonuniform motion
- nosing motion
- orbital motion
- oscillating motion
- oscillatory motion
- out-and-in motion
- out-in motion
- out-of-straightness motion
- parallel motion
- pendulum motion
- perturbed motion
- pitch motion
- pivoting motion
- planet motion
- planetary motion
- plunge motion
- plural axis motion
- positive motion
- power traverse motion
- powered motion
- primary motion
- programmed cutting motion
- progressive motion
- proper motion
- quick motion
- rack motion
- radial error motion
- rapid motion
- rapid traverse motion
- rapid-tool motion
- reciprocating motion
- rectilinear motion
- reducing motion
- relative motion of axes
- relative motion
- relieving motion
- restricted motion
- resultant cutting motion
- retarded motion
- reverse motion
- rocking motion
- rolling motion
- rotary motion
- rotational motion
- rotatory motion
- screw motion
- screw-cutting motion
- see-saw motion
- separating motion
- setting motion
- sideward motion
- single motion
- sliding motion
- slipping motion
- smooth motion
- spin motion
- spindle radial error motion
- spiral motion
- stable motion
- steady motion
- stick-slip motion
- stop and go motion
- stop motion
- straight line motion
- stroke motion
- surfacing motion
- sway motion
- sweeping motion
- switching motion
- switching-in motion
- tilting motion
- to-and-fro motion
- tracer motion
- translational motion
- translatory motion
- transverse motion
- two-dimensional motion
- uncovenanted motion
- uncushioned motion
- undulatory motion
- unequal motion
- uniform linear motion
- uniform motion
- uniformly accelerated motion
- uniformly retarded motion
- unperturbed motion
- unsteady motion
- unwanted motion
- up motion
- up-down motion
- upslide motion
- upward motion
- valve motion
- variable motion
- vortex motion
- W axis motion
- wasted motion
- wave motion
- wheel infeed motion
- whirling motion
- withdrawal motion
- wobbling motion
- wristbend motion
- X axis motion
- Y axis motion
- yaw motion
- Z axis motion

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