Hi, the SVG output uses grouping. To delete the blue helper lines, open the output in Inkscape, select the gears and then ungroup (menu Object / Ungroup). This breaks up the top level group.

Now select one of the gears and ungroup again. Now you can select the blue lines of this gear and delete them.

Finally follow the same steps for the second gear.

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Here is the link to the video on Youtube

https://youtu.be/GCvQ9-lPX-w

FreeCad allows all parameters to be fully customizable and the animation helps in seeing the meshing

I am not an engineer, but 40 years of experience as an AG technician helps in having a feel for what should work

And indeed my latest clock with a Grasshopper escapement works nicely

I will be happy to share how to get the geometry, CAD program do make it easy

https://youtu.be/TrXwS0jcLvQ

Also links of interest about cycloid gears:

Owner allowed me to share the links, so here they are

Meshing of cycloidal gears

https://www.tec-science.com/mechanica…

Geometry of cycloidal gears:

https://www.tec-science.com/mechanica…

For now here is a link about the design of a Graham escapement:https://youtu.be/dT1cfmsHOaU

]]>Here is the link to the video on Youtube

https://youtu.be/GCvQ9-lPX-w

FreeCad allows all parameters to be fully customizable and the animation helps in seeing the meshing

I am not an engineer, but 40 years of experience as an AG technician help in having a feel for what should work

And indeed my latest clock with a Grasshopper escapement works nicely

I will be happy to share how to get the geometry, CAD program do make it easy

https://youtu.be/TrXwS0jcLvQ

Also links of interest about cycloid gears:

Owner allowed me to share the links, so here they are

Meshing of cycloidal gears

https://www.tec-science.com/mechanica…

Geometry of cycloidal gears:

https://www.tec-science.com/mechanica…

x(t) = (R+r)*cos(t)-r*cos((R+r)/r)t)

y(t) = (R+r)*sin(t)-r*sin((R+r)/r)t)

Where R is the radius of the big circle which a smaller circle with radius r rolls around.

I calculated my pitch diameter from PD=P/sin(180/z)

Where P is pitch and z is number of teeth.

I cannot replicate the results and the information online is scarce. Could you please give me some insight into what equations are used in this calculator?

I can’t understand how I can do my wheel chair right,left,stop and reverse It is going forward only.

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code for motor Left , Right , reverse and stop using push botton for IBT2 driver

I can’t understand how I can do my wheel chair right,left,stop and reverse It is going forward only.

Thanks

Thank you so much Rainer, it looks perfect as far as I can tell! 🙂

Best wishes

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