This is everything you need to start an introductory dragster activity in your classroom. Features the AP Dragster Designer, which
B-Bot Biped Bot demonstrates something innate to all humans but learned by many robot designers: bipedal motion
Balsa wood or basswood strips, individual bottles of colored Pitsco Structures Glue, The Pitsco Bridge Book, student guide sheets –
Whether your sights are on design, strength, history, symmetry, or construction techniques, this guide helps focus your efforts on using
This crawling critter (C-Bot Crawler Bot) isn’t a pest – it’s a fun kit that utilizes mechanics and water power to crawl across the floor or other flat surfaces.
Alexander the Great used catapults. Richard the Lionheart used them. Now you can use the Catapult Kit to overthrow lackluster activities in the classroom! n nBuild and experiment with your own rubber band-powered catapult! n nStudents discover the effects of various load masses and different rubber bands as they also learn about tension, forces, data graphing, and other concepts. n nRequires white glue, not included.
CO2 Cartridge 4gram 10-Pack CO2 Cartridge 4gram 10-Pack 4gram CO2 cartridges The best cartridges available for launching dragsters. Consistent quality
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You’ll cruise through this CO2– vehicle activity with this package. It brings together all the materials needed to build 1
The most affordable package we offer for starting a CO2 dragster activity, it features the EZ Build Dragster – ideal for schools that don’t have standard power or hand tools – and a manual start gate with a floor track system. n nRequires a screwdriver and white glue, not included.
An inexpensive way to introduce dragsters into your curriculum, this package offers enough materials to build 50 dragsters and the equipment to race them. n nRequires a drill, coping saw, wood rasp or file, ruler, scissors, and finish, not included.
Using two syringes, a gear train, and special bearings, this hydraulic-powered car moves forward even when you pull back on