Subscribe now and receive 6 assembly kits over a period of 3 months.
If you subscribe you will receive a new assembly kit every two week! Targeted at children age 7-10, always a bit challenging, the kits explore various construction and mechanics. They all come with clear illustrated instructions. Made from plain plywood, no glue or tools needed to assemble. However, you can colour if you like.
A miniature Safe
A small safe with a working lock. No, you do not need to remember a number, it only has two states; open or closed. But you’ll see how locking bars could work, and movements is driven by a small cog-wheel.
The first powered, controlled aeroplane to fly, the Wright Flyer, used a biplane wing arrangement, as did many aircraft in the early years of aviation. This one is modelled after a 1920’s Sopwith Camel.
The unicorn is a legendary creature that has been described since antiquity as a beast with a single large, pointed, spiralling horn projecting from its forehead. Now let your fantasy go wild and create the most rare and beautiful unicorn you can imagine.
A car modelled after the Land Rover, but slightly more complex than the other models you find on this site as each of the seats come separately a well as the steering wheel. Patience and precision definitely required, or an occasional drop of glue.
Switzerland is known for trains, mountains and Swiss cheese (basically a form of sculpting Swiss trains going through the mountains in cheese form). The fifth assembly kit is a small Automata Toy of a train going through the Swiss mountains.
A small model based on a Harley Davidson chopper, with wheels and steering working. Nicely detailed it looks complex but apart from the feet support not that tricky. You may need a 3rd hand for the steering fork 🙂