With fischertechnik you can experience technology directly and understand it easily. Discover how the multitude of different components allows you to create continuously new models with innumerable possibilities for variation. From ingenious basic module to refined technical details – everything can be combined – for play fun without limits! Moreover, in the PROFI and COMPUTING kits: Exciting information included with background information, projects and solutions. Fischertechnik has also been used successfully in schools, education and training for years.
The basic fischertechnik building block is still unique today allowing attachment on all 6 sides. This "many-sided" block forms the basis for all fischertechnik construction sets, which are put together according to age and capabilities of the pupils and students.
Entry into the four different product lines is possible at any time. All of this taken together forms a logical concept where one fits with the other. Building block for building block.
It doesn't matter how demanding the models become, because you can always return to the components from other fischertechnik sets. A comprehensive and easy-to-understand set of assembly instructions helps you with construction and discovery of the fascinating fischertechnik world. The PLUS set also allows you to play with motion, light and sound.
fischertechnik has also been used successfully in schools, education and training for years.
How it works: 4 lines, 1 idea
JUNIOR beginning at age 5: Play fun with fischertechnik starts at the age of five. The red junior line provides the first experience with technology and the way it functions. The motto is learning by playing and building with fast success.
BASIC/ADVANCED beginning at age 7: Seven-year olds develop their knowledge and capabilities with the blue line. The models are not only realistic and understandable in their function, but really robust in construction and for playing.
PROFI from age 9: The black line, which starts at nine years of age, offers the technicians of tomorrow design construction sets that are very close to reality. Subjects such as mechanics, structural analysis, pneumatics, electrical engineering and regenerative energy for maximum challenges.
ROBOTICS from age 8/10: If you love your computer, give him fischertechnik. Using graphic software, which is easy to use, children starting at 10 can program and control fischertechnik models and robots with a computer.
PLUS Everything to make fischertechnik complete: fischertechnik PLUS for electricity, light, motion, sound and more play fun.
fischertechnik in schools - STEM education
These sets allow you to experience the real technology and learn it by playing. All of this taken together forms a logical concept where one fits with the other. Building block for building block. It doesn't matter how demanding the models become, because you can always use components from other fischertechnik construction sets. Comprehensive, easy-to-understand assembly instructions help you with construction and discovery of the fascinating fischertechnik world. For this purpose, there are worksheets and instructional activity booklets with lots of background information, tasks and solutions.
The instructional construction sets from fischertechnik are specially designed for use in technical instruction and in technical facilities for the basic and secondary level. Topics: Mechanics, statics, electrical technology, regenerative energy and measuring, controlling, regulating (information science, mechatronics and computing). Supported by instructional books and worksheets, which were excellently prepared under the supervision of experienced teachers, these materials make it simpler for the teacher and the pupil to communicate and understand the contents of the instruction. For this purpose, there are intelligent storage systems that provide order and reliability for everyday things at school.
How does a transmission work? How is the movement of a windshield wiper controlled? How do you design a stable bridge? How do you program and control a mobile robot? These and additional questions from the areas of mechanics, statics, electronics, information science and robotics are answered in a graphic and easily understandable manner using our instructional activity booklets. The activity booklets are in black and white allowing them to be reproduced as required for instruction without any loss of quality. Additional worksheets can be downloaded from the fischertechnik website. Together with the subject-related assignments, these provide an additional instrument for precise and simple understanding of the associated instruction and for testing the material learned.