Keller Andre from Switzerland has been sharing a series of interesting 3D printed physics experiments for students. The way they are produced and how they can be presented make them tangible, physical “infographics” as well, each constituent part clearly enough to also inspire ways to adapt the components to explore other fundamental principles of physics.
Task: Calculate the angle Phi, wherein the mass m2 just raises the mass m1. 1.) m1 = 200 g, m2 = 100g 2.) m1 = 300 g, m2 = 100g Solution: At a ratio of 2: 1 it is at 60 °, at 3: 1, it is at 90 ° The calculation is quite demanding for the students and can be checked on the model….
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