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Four bar linkage
also called a 4-bar or four-bar is the simplest movable linkage and has 5 more synonyms

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  1. consists of 4 rigid bodies (called bars or links), each attached to two others by single joints or pivots to form a closed loop

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 8, 2009
  2. Four-bars are simple mechanisms common in mechanical engineering machine design and fall under the study of kinematics

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  3. If each joint has one rotational degree of freedom (i.e., it is a pivot), then the mechanism is usually planar, and the 4-bar is determinate if the positions of any two bodies are known (although there may be two solutions)

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  4. softintegration.com

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  5. mechanisms101.com

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