In this video, I will explain the simple method of making a 2D gear profile in AutoCAD. To learn AutoCAD with similar video and to download the dimensioned drawing of gear enroll in this free course
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it just looks like a gear.
hi sir thank you for this tutorial, I learned a lot of new commands (for me). but you are going too fast. I guess because I am a beginner. hopefully next time please slow down. thanks again
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I don't know why did you convert spline line to polyline
you can make Arry on it without converting.
I bought your course on Udemy! Thank you!
Why did u change the spline to polyline? And can we not use offset commands instead of construction lines
In what units is this drawings?
hello sir can you give what's app numebr
U didn't tell how to calculate those offset values based on given gear profile values…
What if I want to rotate this gear
This will only work for 18 teeths.
You should explain the explode button while making fillet
This link will bring you to this autocad gear drawing
Sir how can u decide dimensions of all.. plz sir give me idea about that plz 🙏
Thanks so much bro..
dimensions are different because mine was a bit smaller. I referring to the circles they have more space than yours.
can us fillet
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Thank you. I learned a few new commands following along. Also, please explain how you came up with the reference dimensions in the future. We would like to replicate this method with other gears of different dimensions…
please explain where i get dimension
you can buy software from this link
Another great tutorial.. been following these tutorials a while now and im starting to get pretty good and fast in it.. all thanks to your tutorials..! great job you doing!
Isnt Accurate.. You need calculation
Thanks for you.
Your plans are better please draw some more plans in civil
can you please explain how those dimensions are taken in brief
FANTASTIC STEP BY STEP IT ALL ADDS UP . Thank you
Thanks for help me
can you tell me how to take the units for the tooth
ohgh my,, 7 mins to create gear in autocad.. in actual drawing 2 mis is enough..
How I will use fillet? unable to select 2 points where fillet is working
Hi! I am a beginner and I already have problems in how to make this sprocket. Could you show me how to do it, on a video?
I really will appreciate your help.
Begin by drawing the 12.25- and 11.25-diameter circles centered on the same point near the middle of your display.
To construct the sprocket teeth, draw a line using the Quadrant object snap to locate the point at the top of the 12.25-diameter circle. The second point can be straight down so that the line crosses the 11.25-diameter circle. The exact length is insignificant because you will trim the line back to the inner circle.
Offset this line .1875 on both sides.
Trim the first line, and trim and extend the other two lines to the inner and outer circles.
Create a polar array of these lines and trim them to create the teeth.
Draw the 10.25 B.C. on the Centerline layer.
Draw a line from the center to the quadrant.
Use grips to rotate and copy the line to 30° and 60° for the 0.75-diameter circles, and 20° and 70° for the inside cutout.
Draw two circles where the centerline intersects with the bolt circle.
Construct a polar array to get the proper hole pattern.
Draw the 7.44-diameter circle and the 3.25-diameter circle.
Trim to construct the cutout geometry.
awesome video my dear brother
We can try to open and edit the drawing with our mobile phone
great videos thanks a lot.i wuuld like to make a question. you choosed the distances between the constructions line by your self?or you calculate them somehow, because there are 18 teeth in the sketch. in your site it doesnt define the distances