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XY Plotter - A Sketching Machine

XY Plotter - A Sketching Machine

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Introducing our hand-operated XY plotter - the perfect tool for young engineers and artists! This mechanical device allows kids to learn the basics of computer-aided design (CAD) and robotics through hands-on play.

With just two knobs, kids can easily plot points and draw lines to create intricate designs. The plotter's durable construction and safety features ensure that it can withstand the creative energy of any young inventor.

Whether they're creating diagrams, designing their own greeting cards, or just having fun, kids will love the endless possibilities of our XY plotter. So why wait? Get your hands on one today and watch your child's imagination run wild!

  • Encourages independent play, helps boost kids' hand-eye coordination all the whilst being a helluva lot of fun.
  • 30 minutes of DIY stimulate out-of-the-box thinking and logical reasoning.
  • Spatial visualisation is being exercised.
  • Simple math concepts like a number line, coordinates, slope, axis, origin, slopes and points can be understood through this hands-on practical tool.

  • Everything you need to build this model is included. even Batteries & screwdriver.
  • The model is made from natural wood, splinter-free, acid and emission-free and Child-friendly material.
  • Precision Laser cut boards, pop out each component from the pre-cut boards.
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  • Aniruddha, Grade 6

    I was super excited to try out the robotics kit, but I wasn't sure if I could do it on my own. Thankfully, the website with the videos was super helpful! I followed the instructions step by step
  • Siddharth Machado

    Hes sooooo into these things!. I ve never seen him smile like this when he's doing anything else.

    such Joy
    -Parent of Siddharth
  • After teaching computer classes for 5 years, I wanted to broaden my skills into hardware, robotics, and IoT for our school curriculum. This course thoroughly covers all the basics, empowering me to introduce these exciting topics to our students confidently


Can students above 9 years of age do it?

Yes and No, they would certainly require some guidance and handholding, remember they are just starting out. Mentors would be happy to help them. The video is meant for anyone who is starting out.

What if some part is broken or go missing?

You can contact us and let us know which part. We ship the replacement part for free or at a minimal cost depending on the situation

Is Robotics really required for the kid? at such a young age?

Definitely yes! It depends on what and how they are being introduced to these subjects, time is drastically changing and only thing we can do is lay a strong foundation.

When is the ideal time to start Robotics?

As soon as they start developing fine motor skills, one can get started with DIY projects.

About 7-8 years most of them are ready for it.

What happens if they start learning robotics? Why Robotics?

Robotics is a practical way of learning.

Improves scientific inquiry.

Overall understanding of the systems and the way things work

Logical thinking and logical deduction get greatly enhanced.

Studies clearly show that children of age 8 are more creative compared to 16-year-olds.

is this course suitable for – graduates, science teachers, and engineers?

Absolutely! This course is designed to cater to a wide range of learners. Whether you're a recent graduate, a science teacher looking to enhance your curriculum, or an engineer interested in expanding your skill set, this course is perfect for you. It covers foundational concepts, from basic LED operation to software installation and coding, sensor usage, battery management, and motor control. Additionally, it serves as valuable training for educators seeking to impart robotics fundamentals, making it an ideal starting point for anyone venturing into the world of robotics