You will need
• A sheet of paper, pencil, compass, ruler, French curve, square
Instruction
1
Place a piece of paper so that the long side was laid along the edge of the table. Mentally divide it horizontally and vertically into 4 parts. About the middle of the upper right part put a point O. the Compass, draw a circle of a given radius, with its center at the point O.
2
In the upper part of the circle, somewhere in the 12 hours put a dot and label it figure 12. In point 12, place a compass, the distance between the legs which is equal to the radius R of the circle. Make the compass notches on the circumference. The notch on the right indicate 2, and the left - 10. In the same way, make the incision from points 2 and 10. A notch down from point 2 to point 4 and down from point 10 to point 8. From point 4, similarly constructed notch - a point 6.
3
Connect the dots 12 and 6 with a straight line. And build on it using a square the perpendicular passing through the point O. the Point of intersection of the circle and perpendicular to the left indicate the digit 9, and the right figure 3.
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The notch on the circle made by a compass from point 3 at the top mark with a number 1, and the bottom – 5. And the incisions made from the point 9, – figures 11 and 7.
5
Each numbered point on the line segment connect center of the circle. The end result is a circle that is broken, like a clock into 12 equal sectors.
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From the point 12 to the left, construct a tangent to a circle, i.e. a line perpendicular to the radius. Similarly, take tangents through all other points.
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Calculate circumference by the formula: L=2nr, where π≈3,14. And find the 1/12 part of the circumference of a circle: Lₒ=L/12.
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From the point 12 at a tangent put a period equal to 11•Lₒ and set point B12.
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From point 11 at a tangent put a segment of length 10•Lₒ. Put a point Q11.
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Point-10 – segment 9•Lₒ. Put a dot at 10. And so on. Point 1 and point B1 coincide.
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Curve connect the points B1, B2, ... B12. The curve is the involute of the circle.