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Manually powered car to explore how applied force affects its movement.
Wind-up car and explore how varying amounts of stored energy can affect speed and distance travelled.
Transform the Unpowered Super Car into the Super Car with these transition build instructions.
Car that is powered by a motor and gears to explore speed and force.
Car to explore how to drive and turn using two VEX GO Motors and Switches
Requires 2 VEX GO Kits
Robotic car that is controlled with VEXcode GO.
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Robot with a standard drivetrain that can move forward/reverse and turn. This build is used as the foundation for many robot builds.
This transition build starts with a fully built Code Base and adds an LED Bumper.
This transition build starts with a fully built Code Base and adds an Eye Sensor. In this build the Eye Sensor faces down.
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This transition build starts with a fully built Code Base and adds an Eye Sensor. In this build the Eye Sensor faces forward.
This transition build starts with a fully built Code Base and adds an Eye Sensor and Electromagnet. In this build the Eye Sensor
Reach extender mechanism that grabs and holds objects from a distance.
Inclinded plane, also know as a ramp, that can be set at three different angles to explore
friction and force.
Scale lever to explore how a lever operates as a simple machine.
Manually - operated Robot Arm to explore what a robotic arm is and how it moves.
Motorized Robot Arm uses a motor and a switch to control movement.
Transform the Motorized Robot Arm to use two switches to control movement.
Transform the Motorized Robot Arm into the Code Robot Arm (1-Axis) with these transition build instructions.
Robotic arm with an Eye Sensor and Electromagnet. This build is controlled using VEXcode GO to move on 1 Axis from side to side in order to pick up Disks.
Robotic arm that is controlled with VEXcode GO to move on 2 axes: one axis moves the arm from side to side, and a second axis lift the arm up and down.
Transform the Code Robot Arm (1-Axis) into the Code Robot Arm (2-Axis) with these transition
A motorized robotic creature that can be used to explore gear ratios to create motion.
A bug-like robot that uses direct drivetrain movement to travel.
A robotic creature that uses a gear train and mechanical linkages to move.
Locking switch that can be added to any build that requires a switch. The locking switch will hold the switch in the '+' position, rotating the motor forward.
Car that uses the physics of a slingshot to propel its movement. This build includes the car and a launching base built on a VEX GO Tile.
Car that uses the physics of a slingshot to propel movement. In this build, the "slingshot" feature is built into the car, and can be launched from any solid surface.
Frog that moves through the four main phases of the frog life cycle.
Magnet car to explore magnetic polarity and movement.
Pendulum that attaches to a VEX GO Tile to explore gravity, pivot points, and frequency.
Animals with interchangeable features to explore the characteristics of living things.
Topographical map using VEX GO parts to explore how these maps represent land features.
Hide and seek battle boat game with VEX GO pieces.
Clock to explore how gears work together to transfer energy, and affect movement.
Handy tool to illustrate equivalent fractions and compare fractions by size.
Motorized Spirograph machine that is powered by a switch and motor.
Pantograph to shrink or enlarge drawings.
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