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General => Wheels and pinions => Topic started by: jss on November 01, 2010, 05:19:00 PM

Title: gear software
Post by: jss on November 01, 2010, 05:19:00 PM
FYI  found a link for a software to generate gears, gear pairs, trains.  Is anyone a user?


 http://gearotic.com/index.html
I quote from their web site

" Gearotic Motion is primarily a Gear Template Generator. Its true purpose is to create dxf's for further processing by various CAD/CAM programs. It has capabilities far beyond just creating DXF's though, it can produce 1:1 scale printouts for scrollsaw gear cutting, STL files for 3d printing, 3d solids for various CAD usage, and finally G-Code for users of programs such as Mach3. In addition, it has a graphic simulation mode that allows the user to think about how to make a device, or determine other factors he may want to consider. It will provide some statistics about gear ratio's, sizes , centering and such and is a fun, easy to use mode that is virtually drag and drop for mechanism creation.

........ Our forum is meant for anyone interested in making gears easily, and we hope it becomes a gathering spot for users to share their ideas or results. So whether your interest is in clockworks, window openers, whirlygigs or rube-goldberg machines, we hope you find a comfortable spot to meet and discuss such things. "
Title: Re: gear software
Post by: Royhoward on December 29, 2015, 01:31:10 AM
I see what you say. It's amazing what people find is very good.
Title: Re: gear software
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