Car steering wheel introduction
A wheel device that controls the direction of travel of automobiles, ships, airplanes, and the like. Its function is to convert the force that the driver acts on the edge of the steering wheel into torque and then transmit it to the steering shaft.
The original car was controlled by a rudder. Passing the violent vibration generated by the car to the driver increases the difficulty of controlling the direction. When the engine was changed to be installed at the front of the vehicle, the driver had no way to drive the car with the rudder due to the increase in weight. The new design of the steering wheel came into being, and the gear system introduced between the driver and the wheel was flexible and well insulated from the road. Not only that, but a good steering wheel system also gives the driver a feeling of intimacy with the road.