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IT L. DaVinci Clock

Article number: 510003109 Product: IT L. DaVinci Uhr Model Dim.: 25cm x 13 cm That genius of Leonardo Da Vinci doesn't need any presentation. All his inventions and ideas written by him in the Atlantic Code were in many senses forefront. Many of these, that today we take for granted, are based on its thoughts and visions. Regarding the clock, Leonardo da Vinci wasn't the inventor, he only improved it. The clock have two separated mechanism: one for the hours and the other for the minutes, everyone made by an elaborated connection between weights, gears and ropes. It works! Easy to assemble! No painting and glue required!
€26.99
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IT L.DaVinci Flying Pendulum Clock

Article number: 510003111 Product: IT L.DaVinci Flying Pendulum Clock Model Dim.: 22 cm Leonardo da Vinci was fascinated by the escapement mechanisms for themeasurement of time to the extent of studying a great number of them. Thisswinging pendulum clock model is based on the research and developmentsof his work and the many drawings and sketches derived from it. The kit usesthe laws of motion and a "swinging" escapement pendulum to achieve aconstant movement that ensures accurate time measurement. The weight ofthe pendulum acts as the clock power source. It works! Easy to assemble no painting and glue required
€23.99
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IT L.DaVinci Helicopter

Article number: 510003110 Product: ITALERI Leonard DaVinci Helikopter Model Dim.: 24 cm This machine, which is considered the ancestor of the modern helicopter,appears in a drawing dated roughly 1480 contained in theCodex Atlanticus. Leonardo outlines the plan for an "aerial screw"imagining it as a worm screw with a diameter of approximately 5metres, in his intentions, it should have "screwed itself" in air takingadvantage of its density. Moved by the muscle strength of four menwalking on the central platform, it consisted of a wooden structurecovered with starched linen cloth. Since there is no proof that Leonardoactually built the machine he imagined, it remains one of hismany theoretical insights. It works! Easy to assemble no painting and glue required
€19.49
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IT L.DaVinci Leverage Crane

Article number: 510003112 Product: IT L.DaVinci Leverage Crane Model Dim.: 16 cm This leverage crane is developed from Leonardo's sketchbook concepts, in this case for a heavy-lift crane system that uses a ratcheting system to rotate in only one direction while providing leverage to raise the load with a fraction of the force needed with a simple pulley. It works! Easy to assemble No painting and glue required!   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€22.79
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IT L.DaVinci Rolling ball Timer

Article number: 510003113 Product: IT L.DaVinci Rolling ball Timer Model Dim.: 26,0 cm The Da Vinci Rolling Ball Timer is developed from Leonardo's sketchbook concepts of an escaping mecanism. The kit uses the principles of gravity and kinetics to measure the passage of time. It employs precision gears to power a platform in a "see-saw" pattern that propels a rolling ball. When complete, it exhibits concept relating to the laws of motion and delivers hours of entertainment. It works! Easy to assemble! No painting and glue required!
€22.79
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ITALERI "Leonardo Da Vinci" Automobile SELF-PROPELLING CART

Article number: 510003101 Product: ITALERI "Leonardo Da Vinci" Automobile SELF-PROPELLING CART This model represents one of Leonardo da Vinci's most intriguing designs. It has been known as "Leonardo's Automobile" but recent studies consider it one of the first robots in history. The machine is drawn on folio 812/r/ of the Codex Atlanticus together with other devices. The robot's engine is hidden internally: a spring held fast by a stopping mechanism trasmits motion to the gears that move the wheels on the sides.
€25.99
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ITALERI "Leonardo Da Vinci" Catapult

Article number: 510003105 Product: ITALERI "Leonardo Da Vinci" Catapult Model Dim.: 26,5 cm The catapult was a medieval weapon which Leonardo reworked and improved upon. As shown in the drawings on page 140a/br of the Atlantic Code, which represent six designs of a spoonshaped catapult, the loading mechanism is activated by two large flexible wooden arms that increase launching power. The stone or metal projectile is placed in the spoon-shaped end of a long lever. The loading operation turns the large central pin and flexes the curved wooden arm. The safety catch is then released to launch the projectile straight at the target. The launching power is proportional to the length of the lever arm and so the energy involved in throwing the projectile is high, allowing the projectile to cover particularly long distances.
€22.99
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ITALERI "Leonardo Da Vinci" Flying Machine ORNITHOPTER

Article number: 510003108 Product: IT L.DaVinci Flying Machine(ORNITHOPTER) Model Dim.: 240 x 100 x 150 mm The ornithopter is a machine designed to fly by the flapping of its wings in imitation of birds.In 1485, Leonardo da Vinci began to study the flight of birds. He grasped that humans are too heavy, and not strong enough, to fly using wings simply attached to the arms. Therefore he sketched a device in which the aviator lies down on a plank and works two large, membranous wings using hand levers, foot pedals, and a system of pulleys.
€21.99
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ITALERI "Leonardo Da Vinci" Mechanical Lion

Article number: 510003102 Product: ITALERI "Leonardo Da Vinci" Mechanical Lion Model Dim.: 21 cm Sheets 90/v and 91/r of the Madrid Code include drawings of "strange" mechanisms that are not linked to the treatise on mechanics and often have no explanatory text. Analysing them led to the reconstruction of mechanisms enabling a mysterious animal, a mechanical lion, to move robotically. The lion, a gift from Pope Leone X and the town of Florence, was taken to Lyon, in France; on July 12 1515, at the end of a surprising, magical walk before the King of France, Francis I, it stopped knocking some lilies over. It can be considered one of the first animal-like robots ever built.
€26.99
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