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Mechanical may refer to:



See also[edit]

  • Machine, especially in opposition to an electronic item
  • Mechanical Animals, the third full-length studio release by Marilyn Manson
  • Manufactured or artificial, especially in opposition to a biological or natural component
  • Automation, using machine decisions and processing instead of human
  • Mechanization, using machine labor instead of human or animal labor
  • Mechanical watch, utilizing a non-electric mechanism
  • Mechanical engineering, a branch of engineering concerned with the application of physical mechanics
  • HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning), the mechanical systems of a building
  • Mechanical phenomenon, as in the mechanics of the Digestive Tract or the mechanics of swallowing
  • Mechanical license, used in the music industry to indicate the payment made from a licensee to the owner of a copyright for the right to mechanically reproduce a song
  • Mechanic (disambiguation)
  • Mechanics