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DIY Trebuchet Kit Components


A Trebuchet Launcher is a device which is used to hurl projectiles over great distances. The entire process depends on the storing of potential energy as tension (of ropes or wooden arm) or gravitational potential energy.
This DIY kit shows the basic working principle of a Trebuchet Launcher.

The is a Science experimental project, an easy DIY Science Kit for kids. It is a working model/ STEM Kit which can be showcased as a school project  for demonstration, can be used by students to understand the concept practically. 

Working Principle – Newton’s Third Law of motion

This Kit includes:

  • Side Frames – 2 pcs
  • Base – 1 pcs
  • Beam with Holes – 1 pcs
  • Stoppers – 6 pcs
  • Large Bob and Small Bob – 1 pcs each
  • Measuring Tape – 1 pcs
  • Vacuum Cup – 3 pcs
  • Cup – 1 pcs
  • Dice, cube – 1 pcs each
  • Spacers – 2 pcs
  • Metal Rods – 3 pcs
  • Step- by-step User Manual

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This DIY Science Activity Kit helps :

  • Learn about stored potential energy.
  • Learn about conversion of energy from one form to the other.
  • Correlation between theory and practical becomes easier.
  • Working Model Project Kit / Working Experiments. Ideal for Children, School, Learning Project Activity. Perfect kit for science fair project and teaching aid to teach energy conversion.

Additional information

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 22 × 16 × 5 cm
Sold By

Sparsh Hacks


11+ Years, 9-11 years

Country of Origin



Class 10, Class 7, Class 8, Class 9


Fun Science, Physics

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