Examples

Isosceles Linkages
ASOMmini

Four-bar linkages in ASOMmini (5/5): Isosceles Linkages

In this video series, we will show you the most common variants of the planar four-bar linkage, as well as their characteristics and special features. These variants can be derived from the theorem of Grashof. Grashof’s condition for four-bar linkages states: The shortest link of a four-bar linkage can fully rotate in relation to its

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Parallel- and Antiparallel-Crank
ASOMmini

Four-bar linkages in ASOMmini (4/5): Parallel- and Antiparallel-Crank

In this video series, we will show you the most common variants of the planar four-bar linkage, as well as their characteristics and special features. These variants can be derived from the theorem of Grashof. Grashof’s condition for four-bar linkages states: The shortest link of a four-bar linkage can fully rotate in relation to its

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Double-Rocker
ASOMmini

Four-bar linkages in ASOMmini (3/5): The Double-Rocker

In this video series, we will show you the most common variants of the planar four-bar linkage, as well as their characteristics and special features. These variants can be derived from the theorem of Grashof. Grashof’s condition for four-bar linkages states: The shortest link of a four-bar linkage can fully rotate in relation to its

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Double-Crank
ASOMmini

Four-bar linkages in ASOMmini (2/5): The Double-Crank

In this video series, we will show you the most common variants of the planar four-bar linkage, as well as their characteristics and special features. These variants can be derived from the theorem of Grashof. Grashof’s condition for four-bar linkages states: The shortest link of a four-bar linkage can fully rotate in relation to its

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Crank-Rocker
ASOMmini

Four-bar linkages in ASOMmini (1/5): The Crank-Rocker

In this video series, we will show you the most common variants of the planar four-bar linkage, as well as their characteristics and special features. These variants can be derived from the theorem of Grashof. Grashof’s condition for four-bar linkages states: The shortest link of a four-bar linkage can fully rotate in relation to its

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