Tamiya #TAM76504. This is the Solar Car "Honda Dream" Kit from Tamiya. The full-sized Honda Dream made a strong third place finish in the 1993 World Solar Challenge in Australia using data learned from the Kyocera "Blue Eagle".
Tamiya #TAM71117. Internal motor spins a cylindrical plate with a weight (a screw) placed on one side creating an updown rapid vibrating movement. This vibration is then conveyed to 3 rods that smoothly propel the model forward in a sliding type movement.Easy assembly using snap-on parts and screws. Powered by a Type 130 motor. Direction can be easily altered by changing the direction of the rods. Speed can be adjusted by changing the angle of the rods. Body shape designed to represent various popular animals whilst maintaining a curved form to move around obstacles. Eyes act as rollers also helping model to smoothly work around obstacles. Games and races can be easily made by building an obstacle course usin
Tamiya #TAM71110. The latest release in the Robocraft Series, this easy to assemble R/C boxer is not only educational but also a lot of fun for kids and adults. The boxing fighter features a twin motor gear box enabling this little boxer to punch while moving backwards, forwards or turning to the left or right. You can also adjust the level of each fighter, making it easier or harder for your fighter to be knocked down.
Tamiya #TAM75020. The 21st century is said to be the age of robotics. Tamiya explores this new trend with the release of an assembly robot snail. The Line Tracing Snail uses a special LED sensor to detect a black line (magic marker, etc.) drawn on a white background. It uses two small motors and rubber tires to slowly but surely move forward and turn. The body of the snail is made of transparent (HIPS) plastic to allow viewing of the intricate mechanisms inside.