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Valentine’s Day gifts for Him and for Her!

You never need to wait for a special occasion to give a gift for you loved one. However, Valentine's Day is the time when choosing gifts can become stressful. How to find the right piece that will blow Her mind and make this year Valentine's memories last a life time? UGEARS team has a solution for you! Our unique mechanical sets are just what you’ve been looking for! UGEARS assemble models are not just elegant and unique, they are true masterpieces. With an exquisite designs and delicate and romantic appearance not only they are a perfect statement of your true feelings, but also something that’ll bring you...

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Ugears Hurdy-Gurdy: the world’s first mechanical musical model for self-assembly and play

UGEARS Goes live on Kickstarter on Tuesday, June, 27 at 7 am, New York time   https://youtu.be/bQGgFKdjV_U UGEARS Hurdy-Gurdy: unique mechanical musical model. Engineered for self-assembly and play. Just build with your own hands and feel yourself like Stradivari and a popular Hurdy-Gurdy star. About Hurdy-Gurdy: History The hurdy-gurdy is a string instrument that produces a sound resembling one of a bagpipe by a hand-turned wheel rubbing against the strings working similarly to a violin and a fiddle bow. The history of this instrument started in the 15th century. One of the earliest...

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Ugears is happy to present the first model from the new Mechanical Town Series- Tram Line

  UGEARS is glad to inform you that on May, 15, 2017 we are launching Tram Line, the first mechanical model from the new Mechanical Town Series. Tram Line model consists of 14 parts and come in a convenient scale for building and playing with. First of all, the new model has gaming component and we think it's great for hobby & collection. Each part has a unique design and interesting engineering. Another innovation - UGEARS’ Tram Line model doesn’t need glue or special tools or even toothpicks to connect parts, as a result -you can put all together easier then...

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Discover a whole new world of 3-D puzzles with UGEARS!

We are the place where good old mechanics meet puzzles, creating the most mesmerizing products - UGEARS's self-propelled mechanical wooden toy vehicles kits! Established in 2014 in Kiev, Ukraine by its founders, Denis and Gennady, UGEARS offers a unique journey into a magic world of tiny moving mechanisms. It all started with Denis's  childhood fascination of the genuine sophistication of real-life mechanics that brought him an idea of creating a tiny real-life vehicle model.  It took him almost two years of trial and error experiments, with various materials, before his first-born model was created....

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UGEARS on INDIEGOGO

Campaign link: https://igg.me/at/ugears On Indiegogo we present the newest UGEAR Truck Series with 3 Additions - Tanker, Rescue Ladder, Trailer Shassis and Mechanical Flower - a new generation of our mechanical models with more technical elements and details that make it even more exciting. The UGM-11 Truck is equipped with a four-cylinder rubber band engine. Start the engine in 'idle mode' and look at four pistons which move realistically under the folding hood. Open the cabin door and observe the fully functioning steering wheel connected via a steering column to the suspension bracket of front...

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The history of wooden gears

The history of wooden gears The physics of computer games is based on our own perception of reality. It might feel as if the pull in the trebuchet’s slack is perfect, the angle is set correctly for you to make your shot, while all your nger actually senses is a smooth touchscreen. By presenting the UGEARS mechanical models project on Kickstarter two Ukrainians decided to freshen upour memories about actual real-life mechanics. Their mechanical assembly models allow you to feel everycog, experience the work of energy that is not coming from an electrical cord. Working with these mechanisms brings up...

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