Definition of friction drive in English:

friction drive

Syllabification: fric·tion drive

noun

A transmission system used in motor vehicles that depends upon friction between moving parts in contact to transmit motion.
More example sentences
  • There also are known friction drives with constant speed ratio.
  • Noise and the constant need for lubrication are just a few of those problems that our new friction drives have eliminated.
  • The result is dramatically improved pointing and tracking capability which is far superior to a conventional worm drive and the equal of a more expensive friction drive.

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