Have you thought about building a robot? And maybe even a few robots? The new 3D model "Robot Factory" from the "Mechanical City" collection by Ugears not only inspires crafts enthusiasts but also gives a great opportunity to realize it.
The robot factory, officially known in the construction set as the "Mechanical Wonder Factory", is exactly what its two names mean. It is a kit of a factory that produces robots and undoubtedly a mechanical, detailed great model in 3D.
The model features a steampunk style workshop with a fully functional assembly line. Arrange the robot parts in the right places along the line, charge it up, press the button and the automatic assembly line produces a mechanical wood robot ready to implement your ideas.
The settings of the robot factory model represent a production facility whose main mechanical unit runs on the Maltese cross drive. The assembly line automatically assembles robots. After preparation of all individual parts, assembly is automatically completed. The factory design makes it possible to observe the moving axles and gears on the end product. At the end of the production process, the robot's arms and legs are mounted with the sprockets and your new mechanical friend is ready to conquer Mars or assemble another such a wonderful robot!
Ugears' robot has movable joints on its arms and legs, its body turns around. The driver's control cabin is located in the upper part of the mini models.
The factory comprises a monorail track with a forklift running along the perimeter to supply spare parts and tools. Also included are a ramp for the vehicles, miniature figures of workers and transport box. Decorative steam engine, also known as Stirling engine, complements the production plant.
This model is made of high quality plywood, like all other models from Ugears. No glue or special tools are required for assembly.
With the Robot Factory, Ugears opens up a whole new level of interactivity: the traditionally fascinating construction process and the play component go to a new level where machines build machines!
Number of components: 598
Construction time: Approx. 10-12 hours…more