By my calculations, you'd get a gear with 97.143 teeth, which is probably undesirable.
What John said -- you need a 97-hole plate, or a way to work in some kind of compensatory movement.
If you have a rotary table, you could make a 97-hole plate by figuring out the angular position for each hole. Or, possibly, make the gear using the rotary table.
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