# Программируемые детали: держатель подшипников, часть I

This page is a translated version of the page Scripted Parts: Ball Bearing - Part 1 and the translation is 25% complete.
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Руководство
Тема
Part Scripting - Ball Bearing #1
Уровень
Beginner
Время для завершения
30 минут
Авторы
r-frank
0.16.6706
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### Introduction

This tutorial is meant as a beginner's introduction to creating parts with python scripts within FreeCAD.
This tutorial will cover how to build a ball bearing with a CSG-workflow.
The code will produce a new FreeCAD document with 12 shapes (Inner Ring, Outer Ring and 10 balls/spheres).
It will look like this:

### Workflow

The workflow is more or less identical how you would create the part in part workbench.
Just some small differences.

• Create a new empty document and make it the active document
• Insert Cylinder
• Insert Cylinder
• Do boolean cut to get basic shape of inner ring
• Select all edges and apply a fillet
• Insert torus
• Move torus into position and do a boolean cut to create the groove for the balls
• Repeat all steps for getting the shape for the outer ring
• Insert first ball
• Insert other balls using math to calculate the position of the balls
• Set view to axometric
• Zoom to fit all

### Filleting edges

In part workbench using the GUI, you would select chamfers in the 3D view or in the menu for fillets and then apply the fillets.
Here we select all edges of a shape and apply fillets.
Therefore we need to select the edges BEFORE creating the groove.

### Notes

This tutorial is using part primitives and boolean operations, which can be performance consuming.
For doing a scripted part with revolved sketches have a look at the tutorial Scripted Parts: Ball Bearing - Part 2.

Scripted objects: The wiki page explaing the basics of scripting
Topological data scripting: A tutorial for covering basics of scripting
Scripted Parts: Ball Bearing - Part 2: Doing it with sketches
Bearing Script 1: Base for this tutorial, thanks to JMG ...

### Code

```## Ball-bearing script
## based on ball bearing script by JMG
#
#needed for inserting primitives
import Part
#needed for calculating the positions of the balls
import math
#needed for translation of torus
#
#VALUES#
R1=15.0
R2=25.0
R3=30.0
R4=40.0
#(thickness of bearing)
TH=15.0
#(number of balls)
NBall=10
RBall=5.0
RR=1
#first coordinate of center of ball
CBall=((R3-R2)/2)+R2
#second coordinate of center of ball
PBall=TH/2
#
#Create new document
App.newDocument("Unnamed")
App.setActiveDocument("Unnamed")
App.ActiveDocument=App.getDocument("Unnamed")
Gui.ActiveDocument=Gui.getDocument("Unnamed")
#
#Inner Ring#
B1=Part.makeCylinder(R1,TH)
B2=Part.makeCylinder(R2,TH)
IR=B2.cut(B1)
#get edges and apply fillets
Bedges=IR.Edges
IRF=IR.makeFillet(RR,Bedges)
#create groove and show shape
T1=Part.makeTorus(CBall,RBall)
T1.translate(Base.Vector(0,0,TH/2))
InnerRing=IRF.cut(T1)
Part.show(InnerRing)
#
#Outer Ring#
B3=Part.makeCylinder(R3,TH)
B4=Part.makeCylinder(R4,TH)
OR=B4.cut(B3)
#get edges and apply fillets
Bedges=OR.Edges
ORF=OR.makeFillet(RR,Bedges)
#create groove and show shape
T2=Part.makeTorus(CBall,RBall)
T2.translate(Base.Vector(0,0,TH/2))
OuterRing=ORF.cut(T2)
Part.show(OuterRing)
#
#Balls#
for i in range(NBall):
Ball=Part.makeSphere(RBall)
Alpha=(i*2*math.pi)/NBall
BV=(CBall*math.cos(Alpha),CBall*math.sin(Alpha),TH/2)
Ball.translate(BV)
Part.show(Ball)
#
#Make it pretty#
App.activeDocument().recompute()
Gui.activeDocument().activeView().viewAxometric()
Gui.SendMsgToActiveView("ViewFit")
```