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Basic Gear Design Free Download is a minimalistic tool that allows users to draw gears that are very easy to manipulate using Matlab’s toolbox.

Basic gear design is like a cuboid with two flat faces and six spur faces forming a gear. Users draw gears using three basic points:
* center – the center of the gearsize – along the axis.
* part1 – the first spur (each spur starts with a straight edge and ends with the center of the cuboid)
* part2 – the second spur of the gear, which is the same as the center of the gear and at the same position as part1 on the cuboid. 



% Add 3 points
center = [1 0 0] % Point 1
point1 = [1 0 0] % Point 2
point2 = [0 1 0] % Point 3
center =
۱٫۰۰۰۰ ۰٫۰۰۰۰ ۰٫۰۰۰۰
۰٫۰۰۰۰ ۱٫۰۰۰۰ ۰٫۰۰۰۰
۰٫۰۰۰۰ ۰٫۰۰۰۰ ۱٫۰۰۰۰

[x,y,z] = meshgrid( 0:.1:1,-0.1:0.1,-0.1:0.1 );

% Configure the axes
axes(‘Position’,[0 0.1 0 0.1],…
‘Visible’, ‘on’, ‘XTick’,[],’YTick’,[],’ZTick’,[],…

% Add the figures
title(‘Basic Gear Design – initial mesh’);
cuboid([-1 1 1 1],…
[-۱ -۱ -۱ ۱],…
[۱ -۱ ۱ ۱],…
[۱ ۱ -۱ ۱],…
‘Color’,[0 0 0]);

Basic Gear Design For PC

Basic Gear Design is a simple Matlab addon that allows you to draw basic 3D spur gears feature. This tool is under development and collaboration is greatly appreciated. Several estention and improvements are possible. This can even be a basic brick for other graphical projects.
GearDesign returns the basic triangulated model of a 3D spur Gear. It requires in input a few standard parameter to insert in a structure.

License: GNU General Public License version ۳


Basic Gear Design Full Version Free Download [April-2022]

![GearDesign_Shell]( “GearDesign_Shell”)

The current input required by the addon GearDesign can be found in this list:

– The `osg::SphereShape` class is used as “rear wheel”, while `osg::Cylinder` is used as “cylinder between the gears”.
– The `osg::Cylinder` class is used as “transmission shaft”, while `osg::Cylinder` is used as “input shaft”.

– The `osg::Ogre::Primitive` class with a standard `osg::Vec3` position is used as “gear center”.
– The `osg::GeometryGroup` class is used as “gears”.
– The `osg::Geometry` class and the primitive `osg::Vec3` position are used as “spur surfaces”.

– We need a reference direction to make a tangent to the gears. This can be either the “input direction” or the “output direction”.

– The position of the `osg::Cylinder` is always in the direction of the reference direction (i.e. `z` component), but its orientation is given by the angle `ang`.
– The `osg::Cylinder` size determines the spur radius.
– The `osg::SphereShape` size determines the gear thickness.

– The reference direction is then used to determine the direction of the vector `vBackToFront` that points from the center of the cylindrical input shaft to the center of the cylindrical output shaft.
– All the gear surfaces are then rotated around the `vBackToFront` vector.
– All the gear surfaces are then placed in the `osg::GeometryGroup`.

– The code structure does not take account yet a possible gear flip for the output direction. This can be activated with the flag `flipOutput`.
– It is not implemented yet the option to use a potential gear cut for the gear only if it has at least one fault or for all gears.

– Basic Gear Design is not designed yet to be a complete design tool. If you have some specific questions or need some help, feel free to write a message

What’s New in the Basic Gear Design?

* This is the *basic* graphical tool for Gear Design (*Plain* Gear Design). It allows you to design a 3D gear and handle the design process by selecting a few standard parameters. These parameters allows you to design the shape of the model. You can define by parameter a wheel, a crown, an aligning curve, a toothed pitch circle, and a beveling circle. You can use these standard parameters to generate the basic profile of the model by “*calling*” the Matlab built-in function [gearDesign3d]{}. The basic profile is a geometric profile (an axis & circle). The most important parameter to insert is the “*a*” angle to wheel. This parameter allows you to define the tooth profile. By selecting a gear ratio, the obtained profile is the output of a gear designer. More specific parameters can be added to generate a specific profile. In the example below, the “*a*” angle is fixed to 3, the “*f*” ratio is chosen to compute the general shape of the model, and the “*d*” ratio allows you to generate the tooth profile. It is possible to add more parameters in order to generate a specific model (i.e. with 3RMR, 4MR, or other parameters of your choice).
* [wd]{}- wheel diameter or body diameter for the gear (in meter)
* [f]{}- gear ratio: if this parameter is set to [0]{}, it will generate a gear with an equal tooth profile for all the teeth.
* [tpc]{}- tooth profile center ([x]{},[y]{},[z]{}) coordinates
* [int_TPC]{}- inner tooth profile center ([x]{},[y]{},[z]{} coordinates)
* [env_TPC]{}- outer tooth profile center ([x]{},[y]{},[z]{} coordinates)
* [tot_len]{}- total length of the teeth (in meter)
* [bev_len]{}- tooth profile length (in meter)
* [a]{}- Tooth radius ([in degree]{})
* [d]{}- Tooth pitch circle

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