Art Recipe #2: Oblong many step
Made with the Nested Oblong Gear Set and the Full Page Gear Set.
Using the large oblong (334), the 210/180 hoop, and 140 gear.
Center the 210/180 hoop at the 0 mark in the oblong ring.
align hole 3A with the bottom (closer to you) of the hoop in the oblong.
Complete the simple design with the 3A in the 140. Repeat this design many times. Between each repetition make these two moves:
1) step the bottom of the hoop two teeth to the right
2) step the 140 gear three steps to the left (clockwise)
This design was taken out to about the 27 mark on the right hand side of the oblong rack. This completes the first half of the design which looks like this:
To make the completed design reset the gears to the starting but with the 140 aligned to the top of the oblong at the zero point.
Do the simple design and this time the steps between each repetition are:
1) step the top of the hoop two teeth to the left
2) step the 140 gear three step to the right (clockwise)
completing this set of simple designs and translations completes it to look like the top picture.
Note: This recipe has been corrected about 24 hours after being initially posted. Step 2 used to indicted that the 140 gear should be moved 1 step instead of three. Thank-you to Angie Woollard for pointing out the mistake.
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Aaron Bleackley, designer of Wild Gears