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  • Mechanics 2.0
  • Mechanics 2.0
  • Mechanics 2.0
  • Mechanics 2.0
  • Mechanics 2.0
  • Mechanics 2.0
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Mechanics 2.0

Item no.: FIS-538423

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Function and Applications

 This set introduces into the fundamentals of mechanics and structural engineering. This set is ideal for future mechanical engineers, technicians and engineers and contains 30 different models to answer fundamental questions from the world of mechanics and structural engineering, for example "How do you build a stable bridge". This experiments which can performed with this set, demonstrate mechanical and structural engineering and their effect of forces on bodies and objects. This experiment also simplify the entry into STEM education for teacher and is based of the idea of education interdisciplinary "real world" applications.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the basics of technology
  • Explain key points of mechanics, statics, and dynamics
  • Understand the functions of machines, motors, different gears, steering, levers, and much more
  • Build stable bridges, cranes, and raised blinds

 

Equipment and Technical Data

The total of 500 fischertechnik parts are clearly divided into two sorting inserts. Everything is delivered in a sturdy storage box, along with easy to understand assembly instructions for 30 models of different difficulty levels.

Innovative fischertechnik learning materials support you in teaching technical concepts in a practical way and introducing them to your secondary school and college students or your apprentices.The included didactic activity booklet with teacher and instructional materials offers display models and tasks to help you quickly prepare lessons, and includes problems with solutions, handouts, and copy templates.Teaching materials are available for free download from the eLearning portal: www.fischertechnik-elearning.com

 

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