I'm an engineer in industrial design and despite that I studied mechanics, kinematics and dynamics, I got difficulties when I try to label or find components which could enable my designs have relative movements, i.e. one part rotates inside other.
I know I can design most of them but I guess that some must be already created and would like to know how to search them, instead designing new ones or asking for help in each specific project.
What are the basics relative movements and components that generates them?
I'm trying to find a "movements library", to be able to find what are the most common movements and what mechanisms or components are used to achieve them. For example, materials libraries are pretty common in many countries, in them you can find a huge list of materials, with their properties, application and providers.