A new, simple procedure employing the theory of envelope for a family of surfaces with two independent parameters to determine the profiles of camoids with translating spherical followers is presented. Given the follower motion program, the method enables the camoid surface coordinates to be easily generated in an analytical expression. The results are then compared to those obtained by utilizing the principle of contact point between the camoid and the follower surfaces. The pressure angle is analyzed, and the cutter paths required in the machining process are also produced. A numerical example is given to illustrate the application of the approach.