Ok, so I know that using a dividing head is absolutely the easiest way to machine gears. However, they can be pricey, and not everyone has one. Rotary tables are a wee bit easier on the pocketbook. I happen to have both, but was considering using the rotary table just to "do it". Pretty simple to my mind, divide the number of teeth into 360. That will tell you how many degrees to space each tooth. Should work, right? Higher chance of error that way? Yup. But, if you are careful, it should work out just fine...... Thoughts and comments welcome!