Radio-controlled robots aren’t just toys – they are vital instruments in many fields. Doctors utilize intricate robots to perform remote surgery, bomb squads use them to diffuse dangerous explosives, and maintenance crews operate robots to inspect and maintain wind turbines, just to name a few. These are complex machines that help humankind every day.
Designing and building a radio-controlled robot or other mechanism helps your students learn about these technologies and gives them the confidence to explore robotics or related fields as a career. The TETRIX® Building System is the ideal tool for delving into robotics, mechanical engineering, and other STEM subjects.
Created with educators in mind, TETRIX features metal gears; powerful drive motors; and heavy-duty aluminum components that can be cut, drilled, and angled for ultimate flexibility in building.