Tamiya #TAM71112. The galloping racehorse with jockey is loads of fun to build, loads of fun to play with, and educational too! Employing left and right legs moving at the same time, the legs and wheel base have been designed for stability and faster running. Overall this galloping racehorse can run 1.3 times faster than the mechanical rabbit.
Tamiya #TAM70203. This is the Low Current Motor Gearbox - 3 Speed from Tamiya's Educational Construction Series. FEATURES Outer case made from clear ABS material to allow the internal mechanisms to be viewed Gearbox features three gear ratios (12.7:1, 38.2:1, 114.7:1) Comes with 3mm hex drive shaft (length: 100mm) Crank plates can be used as wheels Gearbox attachment holes feature 35mm distance to allow compatibility with universal plate products RC300-FT-14270 motor included Alkaline batteries (1.5-3.0V) and solar panels (0.5V or 1.5V output) can be used to power gearbox (sold separately) Illustrated instructions.
Tamiya #TAM71101. This is a four-legged mechanical dog with various speed controls. The dog walks by transferring motor revolution to reciprocating motion via crank and linkage rod. Main body and legs are made of transparent yellow parts to allow viewing of internal mechanisms. Construction is simple as parts can easily be attached with screws. Wiring has also been made simple.
Tamiya #TAM75016. Set this switch to turn on when the switch button is depressed and turn off when the button is released, or set it up the opposite way. Uses 6V and up to 4A capacity. The switch has a small metal plate that engages the switch. It is made of black plastic with holes on each end for mounting. .
Tamiya #TAM71109. Tamiya now presents the Mechanical Tiger as its next addition to the Robocraft Series. Power from the rotating motor is transferred to the legs via crank plates to make the tiger walk. Tiger's body parts have been molded with yellow semi-transparent plastic, giving the tiger a futuristic look. Assembly is very simple with use of screws and snap-lock parts.