Material testing sets

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I saw this idea at a local tech meet up and thought it was great so adapted it and made our own.

I'm sure it's nothing new but inspired me so might inspire someone else.

For material testing such as electrical conductivity and magnetism you glue the samples to a sheet (instead of loose in a petri dish like we used to do). It makes it easier for the students, and the teachers are reporting it is far more time efficient in the lesson too, they like it!

(sorry I cant get it to upload the image in the post itself so it's via this link)
https://ibb.co/Fz2J6dL
 
I saw this idea at a local tech meet up and thought it was great so adapted it and made our own.

I'm sure it's nothing new but inspired me so might inspire someone else.

For material testing such as electrical conductivity and magnetism you glue the samples to a sheet (instead of loose in a petri dish like we used to do). It makes it easier for the students, and the teachers are reporting it is far more time efficient in the lesson too, they like it!

(sorry I cant get it to upload the image in the post itself so it's via this link)
https://ibb.co/Fz2J6dL
I like it! Will ask Physics bods if they agree. So much more simple.
Only thing with us is for some reason, in the new KS3 syllabus they have to dunk samples in water...(?!) :(
But will try anyway.
 
I saw this idea at a local tech meet up and thought it was great so adapted it and made our own.

I'm sure it's nothing new but inspired me so might inspire someone else.

For material testing such as electrical conductivity and magnetism you glue the samples to a sheet (instead of loose in a petri dish like we used to do). It makes it easier for the students, and the teachers are reporting it is far more time efficient in the lesson too, they like it!

(sorry I cant get it to upload the image in the post itself so it's via this link)
https://ibb.co/Fz2J6dL
Your nickel looks like lead.
 
I saw this idea at a local tech meet up and thought it was great so adapted it and made our own.

I'm sure it's nothing new but inspired me so might inspire someone else.

For material testing such as electrical conductivity and magnetism you glue the samples to a sheet (instead of loose in a petri dish like we used to do). It makes it easier for the students, and the teachers are reporting it is far more time efficient in the lesson too, they like it!

(sorry I cant get it to upload the image in the post itself so it's via this link)
https://ibb.co/Fz2J6dL
I can't open the link. :(
 
I like it! Will ask Physics bods if they agree. So much more simple.
Only thing with us is for some reason, in the new KS3 syllabus they have to dunk samples in water...(?!) :(
But will try anyway.
Ours require the water aspect now too! But this is such an efficient idea for the magnetic/electrical side - even if we have to make a seperate tray for temperature conductivity!
 
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Ours require the water aspect now too! But this is such an efficient idea for the magnetic/electrical side - even if we have to make a seperate tray for temperature conductivity!
I made this about 7 years ago and entered it into national technician competition (and won), we used it like this at my previous two school for the heat conductivity. Requires time to set them up initially but can be reused again and again. Any good for your heat conductivity?
 

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I made this about 7 years ago and entered it into national technician competition (and won), we used it like this at my previous two school for the heat conductivity. Requires time to set them up initially but can be reused again and again. Any good for your heat conductivity?
This is amazing!! Definitely going to get this running over the half term coming up, thanks Techitude!
 
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