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Slinky Scientific Explorers Motor Boot Madness Kit, andere, mehrfarbig
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POOF-SLINKY-Scientific Explorer Kit: Motor Boat Madness. Become a 'Junior Electrician' by building a real working electric motor! Install the motor into the included boad and watch it cruise in water! Make your own electric bell, buzzer and telegraph too! Package contains everything you need to make a boat motor and electric bell and buzzer! Requires 1 D Battery (not included). Recommended for ages 8 and up. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD: Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years. WARNING: This product contains a small magnet. Swallowed magnets can stick together across intestines and cause serious infections and death. Seek immediate medical attention if a magnet is swallowed. Imported.
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Wind the wire around an arm of the armature 50 times. The contact you wrapped the wire around is in front of a space between 2 armature arms. Bring the wire back through that space. Wrap it down and around, back through the next space, and up past the contact again, as in the diagram. Continue wrapping wire around the stem of the "T." Wrap 50 times, firmly.
This makes it sound like you should wrap the wire 50 times, do some strange wrapping, then wrap it 50 more times. NO. It tells you what to do, then tells you again, repeating itself without telling you it's repeating itself. And like someone else said, the diagrams are poorly drawn and unlabeled figures, not pictures. Worst directions I've ever seen.
Then once you get it completed, it barely works (or doesn't at all for some people apparently). I think the reason that it doesn't work for some, is that the wire is insulated. I know it doesn't look insulated, and they don't really explain that it is insulated with a clear insulation that you can't really see. So, if you don't fully sand off the insulation at the contact points, it isn't going to work.
A tip for anyone who has already purchased, when you get to the winding of the armature, un-spool the wire and cut it into thirds and use one third of the wire for each armature (should get you more than 50 wraps). This will give you a little more power to the motor.
If you haven't already purchased it: DO NOT PURCHASE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.