Features of the fischertechnik Dynamic L 2
Young architects are encouraged to construct one of seven obstacle courses included in the fischertechnik Dynamic L 2 set. With new components, like the 180° curve they can watch as the balls fly through the cross-over sections to the rotary funnel or over the teeter-totter, which releases a ball at the stopping point. After passing through the loop and other obstacles, the ball finally arrives at the elevator waiting point. At this point, builders will watch as the balls are brought back up to the top again by the elevator, which is operated by an XS motor.
- The three different action courses offer a length of up to 4.5 m, providing unlimited fun on the obstacle course. Not to mention, top speeds!
- The four instructional experiment models also unobtrusively demonstrate the effects of various physical phenomena. These physic concepts include:
- Mass inertia
- Balance of forces
- Law of Conserving Energy
- Principle of Linear Momentum
- Laws of Motion