The MECHANISMS range enables clear and comprehensive learning of a wide and diverse range of MECHANISMS. This covers a variety of theories and topics a lot of which can be expanded on by the students depending on the level of experiments. An understanding of the way in which MECHANISMS work is fundamental when studying the more complex systems that are found in higher level education and industry.
Many of the mechanism units and kits are designed as hands on demonstration units that cover a broad spectrum of basic principles and machines. The MECHANISMS range forms a comprehensive set of equipment, from the single Geneva mechanism to complete kits of over 30 experiments with full accessories included suitable for demonstration and experimental work.
A vertical bench top frame has a backboard attached with pegboard holes throughout. This allows easy and quick installation of the component parts from the kit supplied. Students can arrange a pulley system of their choice to study its performance.