|Parts:||Frames, Bolts, Nuts, End caps|
|Techniques:||Bolting, Live hinges|
The Peaucellier–Lipkin linkage (or Peaucellier–Lipkin cell, or Peaucellier–Lipkin inversor), invented in 1864, was the first true planar straight line mechanism – the first planar linkage capable of transforming rotary motion into perfect straight-line motion, and vice versa.
- Wikipedia: Peaucellier–Lipkin_linkage
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