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One of the most difficult and yet common mechanical systems is a gear train. A great way to transmit mechanical power from one place to another or to ...
Formula for drawing and making gear teeth are all over the web BUT they seem, to the beginner, very complicated. from http://www.engineersedge.com/gear_formula.htm So I decided to simplify the ...
So how. 1. the shape of the teeth is simplified to be half a circle
2.We can now easily sort out some simple maths to make our gear a. How big/small do we need the gear teeth to be, (diameter) - The smaller ...
delete the top of one circle and the bottom of the next circle. To make this work out there must be an EVEN number of teeth 4. We ...
6 Because this semi-circle shaped gear tooth is easy to cut you can do it with hand tools, a sabre (jig) saw or even a coping saw.In the ...
Just to add this to these ideas. Some time ago i tried making simple plywood circles and gluing on the outside a cut down timing belt from a ...
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