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Non-Circular Circle Gear Generator

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Author: s_noonan

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Filesize: 61.31 kB

Date added: 2015-03-01

Rating: 5

Downloads: 312

Views: 129

Comments: 2

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Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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Non-Circular Circle Gear Generator
Last edited at 2016/07/02 20:24:40 by s_noonan
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That's awesome. Could you explain the math/code background of it?
Last edited at 2015/03/01 19:05:33 by carl00s01
See Two Synthesis Methods for Non-Circular Cylindrical Gears for the math. Save the scene with a .phn extension and then open it with a text editor to see the code. The simple explanation is that you create a shape and a hinge and then the second shape must have a surface that rolls without slipping on the first shape and must have a perimeter that is n2/n1 times the first shape's perimeter.
The circle teeth spacing should be the length of one side divided by an odd number. The phasing of the gear teeth of the first gear with respect to the second needs to be correct for smooth operation.
Last edited at 2015/03/01 21:10:23 by s_noonan