Learn how to create custom 3D Printable spur gears in Fusion 360. By the end of this video, you’ll know two ways to create gears in Fusion 360. You’ll also be able to add joints and motion to test your gears before 3D Printing them.
This is episode #1 of Practical Prints, a Youtube series were Kevin Kennedy demos all things related to designing for 3D printing in Fusion 360.
0:57 | Accessing the gear add-in
3:06 | Pressure Angle
3:40 | Pitch Diameter
4:14 | Module
4:40 | Backlash (clearance)
5:12 | Root Fillet Radius
5:43 | Gear Thickness
6:07 | Hole Diameter
8:30 | Creating the second gear
9:33 | Creating the base component
13:17 | As-Built joint
14:05 | Adding a motion link
15:47 | Subtracting material from gears
18:11 | 3 Tips when making gears
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