Gear Creation

Gear Creation - MAE 184 Clock Project - Gear Creation...

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MAE 184 Clock Project - Gear Creation Oftentimes we do not have to create a part, but rather work with parts furnished by others, be it some other person on the design team, a vendor, or some other third party. Although we could create the individual gears for our clock* , we will use a program that has been already created and modify it to suit our purposes. This will give us practice in working with the various editing tools Pro-E offers. Find the following link and download both the Spur Gear Large Diameter and Spur Gear Small Diameter Parts: http://www.blbeach.com/proe_models.html Take a quick look while you are there at some of the other parts that are available. You should also look at the Engineering Information section of the Boston Gear Catalog, available at: http://www.bostongear.com/pdf/gear_theory.pdf
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Open the large spur and look at the parameters that have been defined. ( Tools> Parameters ) The diametral pitch is the number of teeth on the gear per inch of pitch diameter. The DP must be the same for
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course MAE 184 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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