Clockwork pertains to any mechanism of geared wheels that is driven by a coiled spring; resembles the works of a mechanical clock

In mechanical engineering, a clockwork is either a lightweight mechanical linkage, especially one involving multiple axles, or a complete mechanical device whose functioning relies on internal clockwork (in the preceding sense), especially where muscular effort is the sole source of operating power.

Ref: 122375/2006-09-19

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