### Expansion of the C-Gear Table/creating formulas

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**Sat Jun 06, 2015 11:38 pm**#Teeth|#Circles|Ratio|Number|Rotation(degrees)

6 | 12 | 2/9 | 4.5 | 30 |

12 | 24 | 1/9 | 9 | 15 |mother ratio (ratio I used to make this table)

24 | 48 | 1/18| 18 | 7.5

36 | 72 | 1/27| 27 | 5

48 | 96 | 1/36| 36 | 3.75

60 | 120 | 1/48| 48 | 3.5

Use the save "How to make better gears"

Here is as far as I got (in the middle of class )

explanation

In the construction of a c gear

you usually put circles ALL around and then delete every other circle in the end...

you can also use every other circle in some sort of double gear with collision layers

if you just wanted every other circle DOUBLE THE ANGLE

Angle: the rotation you use before putting on each circle

Teeth: the amount of circles you have after you delete every other circle

Circles: full saturated amount on BIG circle

Number: multiplicationally(personally I beleive thats a real word) ratio between BIG circle and tooth(or circle,small ones)

Ratio: fractional ratio between tooth and BIG circle

I beleive in 7th grade they teach you a process of creating fractional equivalents...

math lesson for ALL ages(like baby genius/child progidies XD)

2/4 --> ?/2

1 2 3 4

2/4 --> x4/2

1 2 3 4

cross multiply

numbers

1 and 4

2*2=4

divide

product with number 2

4/4=1

2/4 == 1/2

Story:I was trying to create my own C-gear, and made a 12-tooth c-gear with a 0.81 BIG circle 0.09 tooth circle

rotating 15 degrees and deleting every other circle.

I though the secret with a 12-tooth was with exponents VIA-squaring 0.09squared is 0.81

then I tried cubing ans stuff

After some mumbo jumbo I though of using ratios. and BUDAM!

And that, Charlie Brown, is how the C-Gear Table was born

ITS NOT EXPONENTS ITS RATIOS!!!!!!

current formula base I made

9(number),12(tooth),24(circles) 18 (number)

-- ---- --- ---

15(angle) 15 15 30 (thirty times nine divided by fifteen) (do the same to the other values, use the same denominator

just fractional equivolate

if you want to specify a value, just put it below

like if you wanted a 28 tooth, put the angle on the top

and tooth below, mass fractional-equivolate the numbers

just use one specification.

to make a fractional ratio with the number jsut put a one and dash on top of it

1

--

9

Project: Develope a bigger table and formulae(instead of justt fractional equivolations) to be used in the expansion of the table and creation of C-Gears

For ALL of Algodonia(aka Algodoo)

-may the geek be with you

6 | 12 | 2/9 | 4.5 | 30 |

12 | 24 | 1/9 | 9 | 15 |mother ratio (ratio I used to make this table)

24 | 48 | 1/18| 18 | 7.5

36 | 72 | 1/27| 27 | 5

48 | 96 | 1/36| 36 | 3.75

60 | 120 | 1/48| 48 | 3.5

Use the save "How to make better gears"

Here is as far as I got (in the middle of class )

explanation

In the construction of a c gear

you usually put circles ALL around and then delete every other circle in the end...

you can also use every other circle in some sort of double gear with collision layers

if you just wanted every other circle DOUBLE THE ANGLE

Angle: the rotation you use before putting on each circle

Teeth: the amount of circles you have after you delete every other circle

Circles: full saturated amount on BIG circle

Number: multiplicationally(personally I beleive thats a real word) ratio between BIG circle and tooth(or circle,small ones)

Ratio: fractional ratio between tooth and BIG circle

I beleive in 7th grade they teach you a process of creating fractional equivalents...

math lesson for ALL ages(like baby genius/child progidies XD)

2/4 --> ?/2

1 2 3 4

2/4 --> x4/2

1 2 3 4

cross multiply

numbers

1 and 4

2*2=4

divide

product with number 2

4/4=1

2/4 == 1/2

Story:I was trying to create my own C-gear, and made a 12-tooth c-gear with a 0.81 BIG circle 0.09 tooth circle

rotating 15 degrees and deleting every other circle.

I though the secret with a 12-tooth was with exponents VIA-squaring 0.09squared is 0.81

then I tried cubing ans stuff

After some mumbo jumbo I though of using ratios. and BUDAM!

And that, Charlie Brown, is how the C-Gear Table was born

ITS NOT EXPONENTS ITS RATIOS!!!!!!

current formula base I made

9(number),12(tooth),24(circles) 18 (number)

-- ---- --- ---

15(angle) 15 15 30 (thirty times nine divided by fifteen) (do the same to the other values, use the same denominator

just fractional equivolate

if you want to specify a value, just put it below

like if you wanted a 28 tooth, put the angle on the top

and tooth below, mass fractional-equivolate the numbers

just use one specification.

to make a fractional ratio with the number jsut put a one and dash on top of it

1

--

9

Project: Develope a bigger table and formulae(instead of justt fractional equivolations) to be used in the expansion of the table and creation of C-Gears

For ALL of Algodonia(aka Algodoo)

-may the geek be with you