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The regal Dragon, famous from the valleys of Wales to the cultural myths of Asia for thousands of years! Dragons are protectors, predators to be slain by bold knights and cute little fire breathing hatchlings.
A series of crank operated linkages enable the dragon to lunge forward, opening his jaws, with the tongue moving forward in a dramatic fashion.
Size = 24cm(l) x 10cm(w) x 18cm(h)
From the Musician Series, this multi tasked talented Drummer manages to play two drums and two cymbals while swaying backwards and forwards and keeping two rhythms going, using a series of triangular and square cams attached to the crank handle.
Size = 16cm(l) x 7cm(w) x 22cm(h)
Build this cool wooden mechanical Guitarist, who not only plays his guitar, his leg goes in time to the music as he sings into his microphone.
Explore the science of movement and create your own band!
Size = 11cm(l) x 12cm(w) x 23cm(h)
Universal Battery Kit. All you need to motorise your model. Just choose the right top size from within the kit to suit your model and assemble the battery kit according to the instructions. Suitable for use with all kits.
Requires 2 AA batteries, not supplied.
The counterweight trebuchet, a balance type throwing machine with suspended swinging hutch, was the most powerful of the medieval war machines.
Model Size = 24cm(l) x 13cm(w) x 38cm(h)
The Trebuchet was invented in China in about the 4th century BC, came to Europe in the 6th century AD, and did not become obsolete until the 16th century, well after the introduction of gunpowder. A Trebuchet was made of wood and was a weapon employed either to smash masonry walls or to throw projectiles over them as they were far more accurate than other medieval catapults.
One of our most popular and challenging wooden model kits to build.
When you turn the crank handle it operates triangular cams that transfer motion to the arms via short levers and pushrods. The same crank using cams at 90 degrees to one another and with a restricted range of movement allow the head to move from side to side.
Size = 9cm(l) x 9cm(w) x 22cm(h)
Originally developed in 399 BC by the ancient Greeks at Syracuse, the ballista was in effect a giant crossbow , but the tension is produced by twisted ropes. Used for shooting large arrows or darts that were typically used for defense against besieging infantry.
Size =23cm x 15cm x 8cm.