Every part has its place in the box and you should return all parts to where they belong.
- 13 Aug 2017
Where can I find "this part"?
You will build your robots much faster if you know the places of the parts in the box. In your boxes you will find a table for ordering the parts. Most sections have a description of the parts they contain:
- Double and triple pins;
- Parts for changing the angle;
- Slimmer parts;
- Straight and angled beams.
Where should I leave this part?
You will have to disassemble your robot at the end of the lesson. You should return all parts to their sections. You cannot leave your robotics class before your teacher checked and approved the order of the box.
Upper part of the box
Lower part of the box
We want students to be able to easily find the parts and to put the parts back in the designated compartments.
Files are printed on both sides of 160-gram sheet of paper A3 format.
The sorting sheet is designed to fit in the cover of the box. To gather in the lid, the excess parts of the printed sheet must be cut off the markers on the front of the sheet.
To extend the life of the sheets, you can laminate them either with a "laminate matte" or a simple laminate. The disadvantage of the simple laminate is that there is a lot of gloss. The disadvantage of laminate matte is that it has to be sealed with a clear PVA C-200 adhesive to prevent it from opening over time.
We recommend printing doublesided and turning over the "short edge", like a book. If you decide, you may flip the printed result over the long side. Both options are available at you local print center.
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