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Spur Gear Generator

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Author: s_noonan

Group: Technical

Filesize: 65.97 kB

Date added: 2014-09-26

Rating: 6.8

Downloads: 981

Views: 317

Comments: 7

Ratings: 5

Times favored: 3

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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Spur Gear Generator.
Last edited at 2016/07/02 20:31:22 by s_noonan
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These are some nice looking gears, much better than the Algodoo "gears" _o_
They look like 14.5 degree pressure angle to me, quite common for slower speeds
Perhaps you could do the same thing in 20 degree ;) might look a bit cooler?
I can make dead nuts perfect gear profiles with MasterCAM and then cut them in
metal but I don't have a CLUE how you did this :blush: _o_ _o_ _o_
These could be pasted to invisible Cgears for reliability with no collision for looks say for engines:lol:
GREAT WORK you are a GOD :tup: :tup: :tup: :tup:
PS added to favorites ;)
Last edited at 2014/09/27 00:22:36 by Gent
Thanks for the compliment. It took me a long time to make this scene. The scene uses the function scene.my.drawGear(Pc, Zo, Ap) where Pc is Circular Pitch, Zo is the number of teeth, and Ap is the pressure angle. I used a 20 degree pressure angle, but you can change it to whatever you want by changing the value in the code in the lowest orange circle behind the green sign. I considered making the pressure angle selectable, but then decided not to in order to keep the scene simple. I may change my mind on this.
WOW I had no idea there was even a function like that in Algodoo:blush:
but I will try and mess with it and learn_o_
I just hope this program lives on and inspires young people to get into the
trades of actually making things;) Its becoming a lost art :'(
looking at your code:
Just shoot me :(
Last edited at 2014/09/27 03:30:35 by Gent
I made the function scene.my.drawGear(Pc, Zo, Ap). I used the information from the following paper:

from here:
Algor­ithm to Describe the Ideal Spur Gear Profile

or here:
Algorithm to Describe the Ideal Spur Gear Profile
Last edited at 2014/09/27 14:41:39 by s_noonan
WOW holy sh*t and more WOW
I read the whole thing, understood some of it:bonk:
The Mitusbihi apparently basic based CNC code I am totally unfamiliar with:blush:
I'm used to using somewhat standard G code on Haas machines and rely
heavily on MasterCam for the more complex stuff like gear profiles so
to do my job I don't have to have a deep understanding of the math which is a good thing!!!!
You SIR continuously AMAZE ME _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_
Wow I had viewed the code, it is very advanced and sofisticated very very good job this is actually more difficult to make than kilinich's circle gears
Thanks guys.