Movement 34

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34. An internally toothed spur-gear and pinion. With ordinary spur-gears (such as represented in 24) the direction of rotation is opposite; but with the internally toothed gear, the two rotate in the same direction; and with the same strength of tooth the gears are capable of transmitting greater force, because more teeth are engaged.