Discover the power of a Variator with the UGears Stem Lab Variator wooden building kit.

A  Variator is a device that transfers and adjusts the engine torque by changing the ratio of gears.

Gear ratio can change automatically, manually or within a pre-set program.

The term most drivers and automobile enthusiasts are more accustomed to is Continuously Variable Transmission or CVT.

The mechanism of the Variator is composed of:

  • Key
  • Drive cone pulley
  • Reducer
  • Belt
  • Pedal
  • Body
  • Transmission fork

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!

With the Ugears Variator model of the STEM lab collection, you can learn and comprehend one of the most important parts of a car without soiling your hands in machine oil!

Perfect for a beginner engineer, mechanic or cool kit creator! Have hours of fun even after assembly. 

Recommended for ages 8 and up. 

Barcode # 4820184121188
Shipping Weight 0.5600kg
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