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Excellent for cutting out dragsters! This 16", 120-volt scroll saw cuts wood, plastic, and other materials. Features a 1/6 hp motor, variable blade speed from 400 to 1,600 SPM, cast aluminum table with 45-degree tilt, 5" blade length, and a quick-release blade clamp. Plus, the integrated dust-removal system keeps the cutting area free of dust. Works with pinned or standard blades. Includes the scroll saw, pinned blade, Allen wrench for blade changing, and instructions.
This handy tote is perfect for carrying an entire TETRIX® PRIME R/C Starter Set wherever you might need to go! The storage chest features 15 small removable compartments in the top level – perfect for pulling parts out for working – and a lower level for larger parts. A cantilever mechanism makes moving from the top to the bottom level easy. Made of professional-grade plastic with metal handle and latches, this chest will withstand years of use. Measures 30 x 57 x 17 cm. Colors might vary.
This screwdriver is an ideal tool for mounting TETRIX® MAX and PRIME servo motors to mounts and for assembling the PRIME Gripper Kit. Features an end with a No. 1 Phillips drive and an end with a 1/8" flat head.
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).
Resupply your class with logbooks for the 3-D Printing: Design Solutions Curriculum.
Supply your classroom with car kits to use with your 3-D printer. This package provides all the parts needed to create 50 battery-operated cars; however, some parts can be made with the 3-D printer if desired. Includes wheels, axles, chassis, battery holders, batteries, motors, and other necessary components and hardware. Also includes 250 Engineering Notebooks for student use. Requires 3-D printer, not included.
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).