rotary joint ro·ta·ry joint (rō’tə-rē) or ro·ta·to·ry joint (rō’tə-tôr’ē)
See trochoid joint.
- Rotary plough
noun 1. an implement with a series of blades mounted on a power-driven shaft, used to break up soil or weeds
noun 1. a tined auger mounted on a horizontal power-driven shaft, for pulverizing unplowed soil preparatory to planting.
noun, Printing. 1. a printing press in which the type or plates to be printed are fastened upon a rotating cylinder and are impressed on a continuous roll of moving paper. rotary press noun 1. a machine for printing from a revolving cylinder, or a plate attached to one, usually onto a continuous strip of […]
noun 1. a pump for transferring water or other fluids by the rotating action of its component parts, as by the meshing of vanes or screws. noun 1. (engineering) a pump in which a liquid is displaced through a shaped stator by a shaped rotor