Engino Mechanical Science: Screws and Worm Gears
This award winning Engino kit is a fun and easy way to learn about an important area of mechanical physics. Construct 5 exciting working models, all the while learning about how worm drives are used to greatly lower rotational speed, and how screws convert circular motion to lineat as well as increasing force.
Simple machines we use everyday to make work easier will become second knowledge as budding engineers build models such as a screw press, a folding lifting platform, two cool cranes and a vice.
And the machines are so easy to construct with the help of the clear 12 page activity booklet. There's no better way to learn than by doing, and Engino does it better than almost anyone else.
This unique kit features 150 pieces, 529 connecting points, innovative experiments, and detailed explanations of the different technological principles applied.
Perfect for budding engineers who are always questioning how things work.
What You Get
Engino Mechanical Science: Screws and Worm Gears. Model: M08.
About the Engino Mechanical Science Series
ENGINO Education has developed this new series of Mechanical Science especially for children who question everything around them and want to do something about it! The series deals with 8 core subjects of Mechanics and Simple Machines: Levers, Linkages, Gears, Wheels & Axles, Inclined Planes & Wedges, Pulleys, Cams & Cranks, and Screws in a fascinating and enjoyable way. It really is unlike any conventional science class. The series also extends to cover complementary subjects such as structure and bridges.
All patented Engino parts are designed to snap fit together in various combinations. The rugged plastic material assures parts will be used again and again. All Engino sets contain the same library of parts so the set and kits combine together easily and are interchangeable.
All models have detailed, step by step instructions, and the parts are colour coded for ease of use. The activity booklets have been created by a team of technology teachers so follow the most up-to-date Design and Technology curriculum and methodology. They include theoretical information about different machines, colour images and interesting facts. Various hands-on activities and experiments are presented, and there's room for children to write in the book, completing tables and noting results. Building challenges, quizzes and evaluations are also included. Ideal for primary and secondary school use, as well as home schooling. Read more about the Engino systemhere.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.
|Age Group||5-6 Years, 7-8 Years, 9-10 Years, 11-12 Years, 12+ Years|