Timing pulley - SolidWorks Designer

in 3D Modeling Design held by Liara
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Description:
very simple timing pulley.
First to summit the complete work will get the prize.
Wants:
follow closely to the attach files.
specially the summit work page.
Don't Wants:
put your reference on the files
Software:
  1. SolidWorks (2012)

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#1 timing pulley by studio sw
30 50 and 60 teeth timing pulley
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Jan 20, 2013 18:51

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