The Curvimeter is a handy device that measures the length of curved lines and helps to calculate the distance between points on a map more precisely than a ruler or compass.

Making it an important and common tool for map-makers, tourists, road services and adventurers!

From measuring canoe routes and hiking trails to discovering better bike paths and gathering more accurate data on the distance between your home and school, this tool is perfect for adventures of all kinds.

The Mechanism of the Curvimeter is made of:

  • Measuring wheel with main and additional scales, and a hand.
  • Planetary mechanism.
  • Cycloidal drive.

What's Included:

  • Wooden details pre-cut with a precise high-tech laser in high-quality plywood boards, as well as other materials required for assembly. The models need no glue or additional instruments to build. The details come out of the board with a slight push.
  • Step-by-step illustrated assembly instruction manual.
  • Practical lab tasks with the use of your model.
  • QR-code to download a pocket study guide about your model, its mechanism, the principle of its working, main characteristics, physical and mechanical formulas, and fun practical tasks.
  • QR-code to download AR application. Fascinating innovation from Ugears – a new drive to learn more new things!

Model Size: 11.5*10.3*5.7 cm
Number of components: 109
Estimated time of assembly: 2 hours

Recommended for ages 12 and up.

Plan your next adventure with the UGears Stem Lab Curvimeter!

Barcode # 4820184121140
Shipping Weight 0.6500kg
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