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    • 1588

    Mechanics: undershot waterwheel; force pump; conical valve; double interrupted crown gears and lantern gear; worm and worm gear; horizontal working beam; bell crank.

    • 1588

    The parallel reciprocating bars used in this device are also known as stangenkunst.

    Mechanics: undershot waterwheel; machine crank; bell crank; parallelogram linkage; parallel reciprocating bars.

    • 1588

    Mechanics: overshot waterwheel; horizontal waterwheel; machine crank; spur gear and lantern; worm and worm gear; lantern and crown gear.

    • 1588

    Mechanics: undershot waterwheel; force pump; interrupted lantern and racks; chain equalizer; roller guides.

    • 1588

    Mechanics: undershot waterwheel; oscillating wing pump; conical valve; double interrupted crown gears and lantern gear; worm and worm gear.

    • 1588

    Mechanics: horizontal submerged waterwheel; oscillating wing pump; conical valve; double interrupted crown gears and lantern gear; double worm and reversing racks; roller guides.

    • 1588

    The building housing the device is ornately decorated with male and female caryatids, vegetal motifs, scrollwork, fish, hybrid water creatures; the door is surmounted by a heraldic coat of arms.

    Mechanics: horizontal…

    • 1588

    Mechanics: undershot waterwheel; force pump; conical valve; double interrupted crown gears and lantern gear; spur gear and lantern; motion converter (rotating to linear).

    • 1588

    Millstone can be raised or lowered by a wedge. This mill grinds and sifts flour at same time.

    Mechanics: overshot waterwheel; lantern and crown gear.

    • 1588

    Millstone can be raised and lowered by a lever.

    Mechanics: undershot waterwheel; lantern and crown gear.

    • 1588

    The water is then pumped back to the source.

    Mechanics: overshot waterwheel; horizontal crankshaft; force pump; lantern and crown gear; crank and connecting rod.

    • 1588

    Millstone can be raised and lowered by screws to accommodate change in river levels. Boards attached to beam S, which can be raised or lowered, modulate the river's force through the mill.

    Mechanics: undershot…