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lije93 (Automotive)
13 Apr 12 10:07
Hi there just wondering if anyone could give me any tips on how to create a spur gear on nx 7.5? i can't seem to find much about it online. any help or examples would be appreciated. Thanks

Aidan
mmauldin (Bioengineer)
13 Apr 12 13:18
This file surfaced on the forum some time back.  It's not my creation but it works very well.
JohnRBaker (Mechanical)
13 Apr 12 20:28
Attached are some gear creation programs, a few written in Grip and one in NX Open.  After downloading the file, edit the file extension from .zipper to .zip before attempting to extract the files.  I'd try the NX Open program, 'gear_model2.dll', first as I think it's the better program.  Certainly it's the fastest.

Note that these programs are being provide 'as is' with NO implied warranty and you've already gotten all the support that's available winky smile

John R. Baker, P.E.
Product 'Evangelist'
Product Engineering Software
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
Industry Sector
Cypress, CA
http://www.siemens.com/plm
UG/NX Museum:   http://www.plmworld.org/p/cm/ld/fid=209

To an Engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
 

topgun101 (Mechanical)
14 Apr 12 0:53
Hi John

What ever happened to the gear wizard that was floating around some time ago?

TonyC

 
JohnRBaker (Mechanical)
14 Apr 12 1:10
Officially, it's unofficial.

But if you know my email address, I'll provide you the information for enabling it.

John R. Baker, P.E.
Product 'Evangelist'
Product Engineering Software
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
Industry Sector
Cypress, CA
http://www.siemens.com/plm
UG/NX Museum:   http://www.plmworld.org/p/cm/ld/fid=209

To an Engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
 

aszepesi (Mechanical)
14 Apr 12 7:30
And what is the situation with the prc folder/possibilities?
I think this is very good package.

Attila Szepesi
support engineer
graphIT Ltd.
www.graphit.hu

JohnRBaker (Mechanical)
14 Apr 12 10:41
That's actually what I was talking about.  What used to be referred to as the 'Gear Wizard' is now part of that 'option'.

John R. Baker, P.E.
Product 'Evangelist'
Product Engineering Software
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
Industry Sector
Cypress, CA
http://www.siemens.com/plm
UG/NX Museum:   http://www.plmworld.org/p/cm/ld/fid=209

To an Engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
 

helperug (Aeronautics)
14 Apr 12 10:56
hello John,
I got an ufusr error using the dll is it only for 32bit?

sorry new in NX
regards
Erwin

JohnRBaker (Mechanical)
14 Apr 12 11:15
Yes, that's a rather old NX Open program and before you ask, it's the only copy that I have.  You could try the GRIP programs (they're NOT impacted by the 32bit/64bit issue).

John R. Baker, P.E.
Product 'Evangelist'
Product Engineering Software
Siemens PLM Software Inc.
Industry Sector
Cypress, CA
http://www.siemens.com/plm
UG/NX Museum:   http://www.plmworld.org/p/cm/ld/fid=209

To an Engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
 

helperug (Aeronautics)
14 Apr 12 14:36
thanks john on reply,
I was interested in the result from the dll file, how it works

sorry new in NX
regards
Erwin

FrankSwinks (Mechanical)
14 Apr 12 18:13
Attached is a signed version of gear_model2.dll

Frank Swinkels
lije93 (Automotive)
17 Apr 12 11:34
thanks for your help guys

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