The ROBOTIC ARM TRAINER teaches the basic robotic sensing and locomotion principles, testing your motor skills, as you build and control the Arm. You can command this unit with it’s five-switch, wired controller with corresponding lights to grab, release, lift, lower, rotate wrist and pilot sideways 350 degrees. After assembly, observe the dynamics of gear mechanisms through the transperent Arm. Five motors and five joints allow flexibility and fun! For educators and home schoolers. You will find the Robotics Technology Curriculum (optional) and Personal Computer Interface (optional) very useful tools. Specifications: Five Axes of motion: Base Right / Left 350 degrees Shoulder 120 degrees Elbow 135 degrees Wrist rotate CW & CCW 340 degrees Gripper Open & Close 50 mm (2 in)
This Digital Roulette Kit is just like the real thing. With a push of a button, the LEDs spin round and round. Where they stop is anyone’s guess. Its unique design includes “pop out” chips of different values. Enjoy hours of fun with this game of chance. This kit requires soldering. Requires one 9V battery.
Roly Poly Robot will tumble, fumble, stumble but will find a way to right itself up. The moment you turn it on, Roly Poly will speed away on its two cyclonic wheels. The engineering genius behind this well thought-out machine enables it to get on its ‘feet’ whenever it tumbles and then will continue on its new path of exploration. After assembling one worm gear and less than 20 parts, your mechanical marvel is ready to amuse any household pet. Sounds fun eh Well, can’t let the fun stop here. Let’s personalize our robot friend. You can add your original work of art (drawing), or picture of your favorite person or pet and put it inside the dome. Wow, that’s a great idea! Discovery and cranial developmental products has enabled OWI to be a premier science kit provider. The kit engages learning about gear structure, battery wiring, switch, motor, and principles of Ohm’s law. Very easy to assemble, this OWIKIT “JR Science Series” robot is ideal for robotic workshops, after-school programs, special events, gifts, science enrichment camps, and classroom activities.