Computes the rotation of a cog wheel (gear wheel) from the rotation of the other cog wheel that it is connected to. The iExpression can also be used for wheels or rollers that are rotating agains each other. In this case, specify the diameter or circumfence of the wheels instead of the number of theeth.

  • Link To Other Wheel Rotation

    Link here the rotation of the cog wheel that is driving this cog wheel.

  • This Wheel Number of Teeth

    How many teeth this cog wheel has (instead of the number of teeth you can also enter the diameter or circumfence of the two wheels)

  • Other Wheel Number of Teeth

    How many teeth this other cog wheel has which is driving this cog wheel (instead of the number of teeth you can also enter the diameter or circumfence of the two wheels).

  • Flip Direction

    Makes the wheel move in the opposite direction. This is only required in special cases, like for internal gears that have their theeth inside and not at the outside of the wheel.

Cog Wheels iExpression

by default applied to: 
rotation
can be applied to: 
1D properties
iExpression Bundle: 

What are iExpressions?

iExpressions are After Effects expressions with an easy to use interface.

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Comments

Cool

Very cool is this a plug in then? how do i get it?

Hi Ryan,
this expression is part of the Physics Bundle of iExpressions.
Hence, you need either the Physics Bundle or the Full bundle, both available at
http://aescripts.com/iexpressions/

Cheers,
Mathias

Expression very useful thank you very much

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