Free diagrams for PowerPoint with gear shapes.
Gears -aka gear wheels- are metaphors that evoke motion, connections, interactions or synchronization. They are useful to replace the basic circle designs in your presentation and are great for timelines, processes, cycles.
This PPTX document contains 20 free pre-made templates with a complete set of ready-to-use slides using gears: timelines, processes, cycle diagrams, with SmartArt graphics, data-driven charts and ideas/brainstorming graphics (light bulb and head with gears) …
2 size layouts are available for your convenience: standard (4:3 screen ratio) and widescreen (16:9).
The document ‘Gears Diagrams for PowerPoint’ features:
- 20 pre-designed unique, clean and professional slides
- Editable content (graphics and text) via PowerPoint – No Photoshop needed!
- Aspect ratios: Standard (4:3), Widescreen (16:9)
- Format: PowerPoint (.PPTX) – created with PowerPoint 2016
Free font used:
- Calibri (System font)
Google Slides preview:
(Direct download from Google Slides is deactivated. To use this template with Google Slides, first download the .PPTX theme on your desktop, and then import it in Google Slides – read the tutorial)
15 thoughts on “Gears Diagrams for PowerPoint”
Quality rises higher and higher !!! Congratulations
Thank you Franck!
very beautiful, many thanks.
beautiful ppts idea and creativity. Thanks to the showeet team 🙂
easy to use
You are doing an incredible job guys! I have been using your templates now for a while and I have always found exactly what i was looking for or something i could easily adapt. How can we support you?
Hey Abel, thank you so much for your comment. How can you help us (thanks for asking,.. really!)? Well, just spread the word! And come (back) to visit us!
These templates saved my final presentation XD!!!!!
thanks a lot
amazing….thank you very much………
Thanks a Lot
Can you reupload the widescreen file. I can’t download the widescreen file. It says access denied when i try to download the above file.
Thanks Jitendra Singh for reporting this issue. It’s been fixed.
16:9 format is not downloading. Some XML error. Please have a look.
Thanks Sushobhan for reporting this issue. It’s been fixed.