The vehicle driving system consists of the body, the axle, the wheels and the suspension. The wheels are supported on each axle (front axle, rear axle), in order to reduce the vibration of the car when driving on uneven road surface, the axle is connected with the body through elastic suspension.
If vibration occurs during machining, relative displacement will occur between the tool and the work piece, which will cause vibration marks on the machined surface and seriously affect the surface quality and performance of parts.
The flywheel can store power, so what can transfer power? The answer is the drive shaft! The drive shaft is an important part of the transmission of power in the car drivetrain. Its role is to transfer the power of the engine to the wheels together with the gearbox and drive axle, so that the car produces driving force. The drive shaft is composed of shaft tube, telescopic sleeve and universal joint.