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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-26-2020, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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Another good idea Nick, thanks

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Tom; thanks for that link...good stuff in there!
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Hi Nicolas,
This is the first time I see a post from you. I live not far from Montreal. For the gears I am surprised no one mentioned Mathias Wandel !!! he is pretty good at this kinda stuff and has many videos on YouTube and Iif you Google his name you can be entertained for hours.

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Hey Dan, its true I haven’t been very active on this forum but I was back in 2008 when I first subscribed but then I switched to CNC making and I got involved. I live in the West Island. I do know Mathias, a very knowledgeable guy and appreciate his work and videos.

Following my search for a template to make wood gears, I found one YT video about it but it was too complicated to make and use that template and so I decided to do what most folks use, a combination of band saw, scroll saw, sander and...patience.

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That was an amazing video on cutting gears on the table saw. I am still having trouble understanding that the last tooth does not end up being a partial tooth because of cumulative errors. It is hard to argue with success.
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