This rest features Lock-Down Technology that consists of a patented eccentric cam and brake system that locks down the moment the bow is shot, eliminating the possibility that the launcher arm will bounce back up to interfere with the shaft or fletching.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Eccentric Cam
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It closes the intake valves by transferring rotational movement to the output cam via a driveshaft with an eccentric cam.
First, adding a specific weight to a precise location on the cam creates a flywheel effect, exaggerating the mechanical advantage of an off-center or eccentric cam.
The mechanism that makes it all "adjustable" works on an eccentric cam.
A servo drive also actuates the clamp via a double-acting eccentric cam, providing a 1.
The mechanism consists of a rocker arm with twin links that close the intake valves by transferring rotational movement to the output cam via a driveshaft with an eccentric cam.
The product completes our face frame line of hinges with the added advantage of eccentric cam adjustments and is available in the most popular overlays," Fregosi adds.
Eccentric cams for the adjustment of doors are also making news.