Simple Machine Apparatus
EISCO 3/4 in. Drilled Steel Ball
The EISCO 3/4 in. Drilled Steel Ball can be used for collision and pendulum demonstrations.
EISCO 1 in. Drilled Hardwood Ball
The EISCO 1 in. Drilled Hardwood Ball can be used for collision and pendulum demonstrations.
3B Scientific™ Student Mechanics Experiment Set
Set of apparatus for 26 basic experiments on the mechanics of solids, liquids, and gases
EISCO 1 in. Drilled Steel Ball
The EISCO 1 in. Drilled Steel Ball can be used for collision and pendulum demonstrations.
EISCO Hall's Carriage
The EISCO Hall's Carriage is a great tool that is useful for teaching students about dynamics when used in conjunction with an incline plane. One piece plastic body with facility to add weights on the top.
EISCO Screw Model
Square top allows easy measurement of the distance screw top is turned compared to its distance into the board.
EISCO Pendulum Model
Rigid-body pendulum enables students to study the relationship between pendulum length and period of the swing.
3B Scientific™ Thermodynamics Student Experiment Kit
Set of equipment for carrying out 23 student experiments on thermodynamics and heat.
EISCO Gear Rack Model
Simple gear and rack system demonstrates how gears turn rotational motion into translational motion.
Deluxe Intermediate Inclined Plane
Fully assembled physics lab features an inclined plane with hinged base and pulley.
3B Scientific™ Pendulum with Plotting Electrode
Cylindrical pendulum bob with sliding plotter electrode for experiments to confirm Kepler's law governing areas covered by a body subject to a central force that can be demonstrated by means of powder tracing.
EISCO Block and Tackle Model
Watch how this simple device lifts large loads with little effort using multiple pulleys.
3B Scientific™ Economy Ballistic Pendulum
Study the laws of conservation of momentum and the trajectory path.
3B Scientific™ Mechanics Student Experiment Kit
Set of equipment for carrying out 23 student experiments in classical mechanics.
EISCO Fulcrum Balance Model
Illustrates how variations to the fulcrum distance affect the mechanical advantage.
EISCO Motion Converter Model
Demonstrates how rotational motion can be converted into linear motion similar to power train systems.