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  • sid pileski
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    I certainly can model up anything. I use Creo for a living. But gerotic is pretty quick for the “what if.
    This gear needs to be 12:1 for the clock, and it has some pre defined parameters that it would be nice to not have to change if possible.

    Sid

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  • andywander
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    Originally posted by RB211 View Post
    I have gearotic. Not happy with the developers ability to fix issues, same guy that wrote Mach3/Mach4...
    Art Fenerty did indeed write both Gearotic Motion and Mach3, but he was not involved in the massive re-write that is/was Mach4.

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  • metalfixer
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    Click image for larger version  Name:	Vectorworks.jpg Views:	0 Size:	20.8 KB ID:	1917836 Click image for larger version  Name:	VW Properties.jpg Views:	0 Size:	99.4 KB ID:	1917837 Click image for larger version  Name:	Worm.jpg Views:	0 Size:	48.0 KB ID:	1917838
    Last edited by metalfixer; 12-24-2020, 05:23 PM. Reason: Attachments were supposed to go with post, don't know what happened.

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  • J Tiers
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    Heck, you can do worms with any cad system that supports a helical cut path. What's the issue? Well, you DO need to know the geometry you want, but..............

    Then some work with boolean subtract and you can do a worm wheel

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  • metalfixer
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    No experience with Gearotic, but you can make standard or custom
    worm gear sets with Vectorworks, or McMaster has CAD models of
    worm gear sets, if that might help.
    Larry
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  • RB211
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    I have gearotic. Not happy with the developers ability to fix issues, same guy that wrote Mach3/Mach4, why I won't touch that software. Gearotic is unable to spit out a useable 3d CAD model for use with Solidworks or Fusion, his response is, "Well, I followed the documentation". No intention of ever fixing it.

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  • RMinMN
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    FreeCAD does worms but I don't see worm gear. I think someone who knew a lot more than I could make the worm gear from an involute spur which it does. It does not seem like a simple operation.

    OK, I found a tutorial for worm gear generation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKy8Y9P8lxo
    Last edited by RMinMN; 12-24-2020, 09:22 AM.

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  • Sparky_NY
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    I used it to make helical gears for my .357 gatling gun build, worked fantastic. Don't know about worms for sure.

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  • elf
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    It doesn't do worm gears or worms. It does do a bunch of different timing belt pulleys as well as spur, helical, knuckle, herringbone, and bevel gears. I use Autodesk Inventor for worms.

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  • sid pileski
    started a topic Gearotic experience?

    Gearotic experience?

    Has anyone here used this program?
    I'm wondering if it is able to do worm gear sets?

    Thanks, Sid
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