Mola Structural Kits are great tools for architects, engineers, educators, students, or any curious mind to explore and realistically simulate different structural systems.
Get the three Mola sets to discover a playful and tangible way to learn about connections, tension members, columns, beams, frames, trusses, cantilevers, stayed columns, grids, geodesics, funicular shapes, cable net systems, stayed and suspension bridges, tensegrity, form-finding, and more.
Enjoy plenty of room to flex your creativity muscles!
What's in the boxes
Mola Structural Kit 1 is composed of 122 pieces + Manual.
Mola Structural Kit 2 is composed of 145 pieces + Manual.
Mola Structural Kit 3 is composed of 205 pieces + Manual.
Mola Manuals are bilingual practical guides (Portuguese/English) that contain explanations about the parts and assembly processes, as well as a series of examples of structural systems presented in a clear and didactic way.
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Mola Structural Kit 1, Mola Structural Kit 2 and Mola Structural Kit 3 are compatible with:
. Adjustable Length Bars
. Lightweight Connections
This product contains small magnets and it's NOT A TOY.
INTERNAL INJURY HAZARD. Swallowed magnets can cause damage to internal organs and have resulted in SERIOUS INJURIES or DEATH;
. Keep away from ALL children;
. Be aware of dropped or separated magnets;
. Keep away from mouth and nose;
Seek immediate medical attention if magnet(s) were swallowed or inhaled.
Read all safety instructions here.
Globally, all three equipments are good enough for our pedagogical needs.
The magnetism is good, the functionality is correct for ELASTICITY and TENSEGRITY applications.
Also we are able to use it to explain other properties in mechanics and structure. A good material for various applications.
We hope the materials nature can make it durable for many years, so we could just need to add complementary packages of Mola kits in order to increase our material's warehouse. The only bad comment is on the ratio price/quantity, which seems bad for a university, perhaps it should be interesting to allow a particular discount to educational institutes.
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