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1  General Category / Suggestions for Future / Ability to remove specific teeth from circular gear on: December 17, 2015, 01:47:04 PM
I have requested this before in the wrong place, but I would like to request this in the proper forum location to get on the list.

I am working on small watch gear trains (under 40mm) and want to make perpetual geartrain s that require me to remove individua l teeth off of circular gears, It would help me "program the watches" all in one applicati on.

This is just a hobby for me, so I'll be patiently waiting Cheesy

Thank you guys for an awesome program!
2  General Category / Support and Bug Reports / Cage Gear Rhythmic Geneva Type on: November 11, 2015, 12:47:52 PM
I'm using version 2.30030 and have removed random teeth off of the pinion in the Cage Gear Rhythmic Geneva type, if you do an even number of teeth on the Wheel and even or odd on the pinion, the graphical represent ation is off, the pins on the wheel are into the pinion.

If you do an odd tooth count on the wheel it works fine.
3  General Category / Newest Rev Release / Re: Season 6 begins... on: October 15, 2015, 11:42:10 AM
Sorry yes only a few teeth.

Art you are very respectab le, being in IT no one replies and cares as much as you.

I guess that's how people really make a differenc e. Thank you for your life lessons. (Not at all trying to make my simple suggestio ns rise in priority) 
4  General Category / Newest Rev Release / Re: Season 6 begins... on: October 15, 2015, 10:53:28 AM
I was hoping to see the ability to simulate circular gears with removed teeth

I already ordered my P510 Bronze for the gears Wink
5  General Category / Gear Discussions / Re: Is it possible to remove teeth from a circular gear? on: July 05, 2015, 12:46:09 PM
I am trying to simulate motion, i am trying to make a date display that shows 4 digit year.

If I could get that to work I would have another display with day of week and a moon phase off that. So I would have it affect more gears down the train.
6  General Category / Gear Discussions / Re: Is it possible to remove teeth from a circular gear? on: July 05, 2015, 10:39:51 AM
Thank you for speedy reply! I've been doing even gear teeth on the cages and never saw the odd work. I appreciat e the difficult y in programmi ng all these gear types Smiley if I could make a request to add that feature of removing individua l gear teeth of circular gears, I will patiently wait for that update. (If it's possible)

I've been working on a 1000 year watch at 40mm for a couple years now, and have not found many good tools that can help beside QBasic, I'm a complete amateur.

I just found your program and find it extremely helpful in working on my hobby! Thank you Art.

7  General Category / Gear Discussions / Is it possible to remove teeth from a circular gear? on: July 05, 2015, 09:19:56 AM
I would like to simulate a counter mechanism with two gears on a shaft driven by a one tooth circular gear. I see I can drive a cage gear with a single tooth (although it's buggy) but I can't figure out how to remove teeth from a circular gear. Forgive me if this is obvious. I'm new to gearotic  Smiley
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