Alátét 3D modellek

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3D mosó- / mosógép-modellek a mosodához.

Az első mosógépet, melyet sorozatgyártásba indított, William Blackstone hozta létre 1907-ben, manuális meghajtású volt (véleménye szerint Nathaniel Briggs is az első). Európában az első mosógépeket Németországban gyártották 1900-ben. A modern, villamos hajtású gépek megjelentek az 1908-ban. A munka mechanizálása gyakorlatilag a mosoda szakma eltűnéséhez vezetett.

A machine of an activator type is a washing machine with the presence of an activator – a rotating shaft with blades or a disk that provides mixing during washing.

Az ilyen típusú alátét speciális jellemzője az alacsony habzás, ezért a kézi mosáshoz használt porok is alkalmasak aktivátor típusú gépekben való használatra.

The basis of the design of a washer of an activator type is a tank made of stainless steel or plastic. The upper part (for loading clothes) – removable or flip cover. At the bottom or in the lower part of one of the walls there is an activator – a plastic flat circle or a shaft with protrusions – blades. The axis of the activator comes out of the tank, driven by an electric motor.

The activator machines of the Soviet period, as a rule, had a vertical tank of aluminum or stainless steel with a capacity of up to 30 liters and dimensions up to about 400x400x600 (height) mm, with a bottom in the shape of a semicircle. An activator (most often made of bakelite) with a diameter of about 200 mm, driven through a belt drive by a capacitor electric motor located under the tank, was located on one of the flat walls along the axis of the semicircle of the bottom. The control included a mechanical time relay for 15 minutes (with a specified accuracy of 1 minute), automatically turning on the electric motor alternately in different directions through pauses. Also (on later models) the engine power could be separately regulated (2 or 3 “wash modes”).