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For example, the CEB machine may be represented by a structure icon combined with two linear motors. These are shown. The bolt-together frame is the structure. The big, 5” diameter cylinder is the main compression cylinder, and the 1.5”, long cylinder is the hopper cylinder. This is the essence of the CEB machine. It’s just a structure with two moving cylinders. Note that the icon does not include the power source – hydraulics from a tractor. That is external to the CEB machine.
The sawmill is a structure with a motor controller (PWM sign), electric motor, and a rotor. The rotor is the cutting blade, either a circular blade or a bandsaw blade. We could go into details from there, such as how the log or structure moves, but that’s the essential composition.
The point is, the icons provide a simple diagram for how the machine functions.