In this tutorial, we will look at bevel gears. Bevel gears transmit motion between intersecting shafts. The angle of intersection can be arbitrary. The bevel gear is two circular truncated cones on the surrounding surfaces on which the teeth are cut.
Their size (height and thickness) usually decreases towards the top of the cones. Bevel gears have initial cones that roll together on top of each other without slipping. Refer to the library for more information on bevel gears.