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Resupply your class with Design Solutions Logbooks for the 3-D Printing: Design Solutions Curriculum.

A new version of this notebook is now available (41471).

\$150.00 \$99.00

This notebook helps students record all their design work in one place. By using this notebook, students learn about the design process and complete tasks that lead them closer to the final design of a competition-ready, battery-operated car. The Engineering Notebook is used with the 3-D Printing: Vehicle Engineering Curriculum.

A new version of this notebook is now available (41470).

\$150.00 \$99.00

These servo wheels offer a smooth roll without a lot of friction – perfect for on-road applications. A traction ring offers just enough grip to keep things rolling.

These wheels mount directly to HiTec servos.

\$10.95 \$4.30

Start with explaining the language of algebra and how to solve problems, and then go further with warm-ups and specialized topics. This volume covers how to solve algebra problems, translating words into algebraic symbols, ages, coins, mixtures, formulas, rectangles, percents, and more. Reproducible student sheets; includes an answer key with explanations.

\$29.95 \$11.96

Much like the AP Rocket, this kit offers a ball for a nose design that brings the rocket back to the ground without damaging it by increasing drag during the rocket’s descent.

Launching requires an AP Rocket Launcher II and air pump, sold separately. This is a quick and easy-to-build rocket; construction requires a ruler, scissors, T-pin, transparent tape, glue stick, and white glue.

Measures 12-1/2" L x 7/8" W x 7/8".

\$2.50 \$1.88

There’s no need to go ballistic trying to find a way to demonstrate concepts of forward motion. When the Ballistics Car is pushed, the steel ball ejects from the spring-loaded barrel. The ball falls back into the barrel of the moving car, showing that the ball’s forward motion is the same as the vehicle from which it was ejected – a simple but effective demonstration. Includes a steel ball, release pin, and cord. Choose from one of two different heights of ball flight.

\$49.95 \$26.25

Designing and constructing boxes is quick and easy with the Boxmaker fixtures!

For making telescoping boxes; students choose the dimensions of the box (length, width, and depth) and use the scoring tool with the corresponding channels in the Boxmaker fixture to accurately score the box for folding. Glue or tape can be used to secure the box after it is folded. Then, students use the opposite side of the fixture to produce the lid for the box.

This fixture can also be used for manual scoring of more intricate box folds and patterns by drawing the position of the folds on the card stock and using the scoring tool above a channel in the fixture to provide a straight score every time.

The Boxmaker Mini Kit fixture is 4" x 6". A polycarbonate scoring tool and instructions are included with each kit.

\$19.00 \$5.95

Cast iron Support Rings for use with the Ring Stand. Available in 4" and 5" sizes. Both have a clamp.

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This pack contains 25 balsa wood blocks (3" x 12" x 1") that can be used to manufacture wings (airfoils) using a CNC router.

\$59.00 \$24.95

Kids invest a lot of time, heart, and hope in the construction of competitive CO2 dragsters. Protect that investment with our Competition Carrier, a hard-on-the-outside, cushiony-on-the-inside carrying case for one dragster. Constructed from durable ABS plastic, it features securely fastening snap closures and molded handles for convenient carrying.

Inside the case rests a thick foam cushion scored into multiple 1/4" x 1/4" x 1-1/2" sections. Each section can be removed to hollow out a space that fits the contours of almost any vehicle design. When safely nestled in its foam cushion, the dragster is covered with a foam pad, adding another layer of protection for a vehicle on its way to a competitive event.

Outside dimensions: 12" H (at the handle) x 14" L x 3-1/3" W. Inside dimensions: 8-1/2" H x 12-3/4" L x 2-3/4" W.

\$19.95 \$14.96

These rubber bands are ideal for use with the Pitsco Coordinate Geometry Board. 1-3/8 ounces per bag.

\$1.95 \$1.50

Using a simple salt solution, see how to make a battery that creates an electron flow to light an LED. This program shows you how while explaining the science behind it all. Finally, learn how to do several experiments with the ElectroLight Battery, including testing different variables such as salt water strength and whether substances other than salt water will light the LED.

\$24.95 \$12.95

Shine a new light on the periodic table! These two programs look at how we use elements in creative ways – from exploring the use of platinum in catalytic converters to discussing the role of tungsten in the development of the lightbulb.

\$59.95 \$32.95

Its 16 ounces of sterile isotonic saline solution effectively flushes irritants. Mount anywhere – requires no plumbing.

\$29.95 \$22.50

When you don’t need the full speed of a servo and want to try something a little different for your robot, give these gearhead motors a spin. These motors have white plastic coverings and come in straight and 90-degree angle models. They rotate 360 degrees every 1.6 seconds. Gear Motor Mount sold separately (see below).

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Get geared up for robotics with these powerful gearhead motors. These can be used for robots, science fair projects, and any other application where a slow, powerful motor is needed.

Specifications:

• 2 oz-ft torque
• 12.5 volts
• 2.6 amps

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