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The cycloid discs’ teeth interact successively with pins of a fixed ring gear. Reverse turning is, for this reason, generated at a certain rate. The speed ratio normally is dependent upon what amount of cycloid teeth are built on the cycloid disc. For every cycloid disc, there is always at least one less tooth than rollers inside the ring gear housing. This translates into the velocity ratio being numerically similar to the teeth on the cycloid disc. In conclusion, when the high-speed shaft finishes one revolution, the cycloid discs, consequently, proceed in the opposite course by a single tooth.


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