- Working Principle: Untwisted fibre hairs slide past one another but add a twist and they lock together.
- Product Material: Wood and cotton
- Dimensions: height-19 cm, ring base diameter-6.5 cm
- Age: 11 years
- Class/Grade: 6th
- Category: Physics
- Resource: Common
The aim of this experiment is to depict how a drop spindle can be used to spin fibre into yarn. We also study the relation between thickness of the cotton wick and strength of the yarn produced from it.
- Doing this fun activity, a child will learn about the advances made in the field of cloth making
- Gives a child an idea about the basics of fibre making
- Correlation between theory and practical becomes easier
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