Discover how spinning motors and plastic discs are used to launch a paper plane at up to 50 km/h! This kit is ideal for exploring paper plane designs. Who says paper planes are only for misbehaving in the classroom? Teachers will want to bring these ones in for learning! This is not intended for use as a toy, but an educational tool designed to demonstrate scientific concepts taught in school curriculum.
This kit was designed by Middlesex University, one of the leading universities in the UK. They are recognized for innovation in education and have won a prestigious Queen's Anniversary Award for their work in designing educational products. Middlesex has worked in partnership with the BBC, National Museums, and visitor centres throughout the world to create a unique brand of kit that both entertains and educates. This kit is thoroughly researched and encourages young people to stretch their skills and thinking.
Contents include a battery box, plastic rings, nuts, wire, plastic suction cups, sticky pads, screws, plastic discs with pulley, connecting sleeves, terminal block, screw driver, base plate with guide, motors and detailed instructions. Colours and contents may vary from those illustrated.