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F.A.Q

Do I need to cut parts out of the boards?

No, details are already pre-cut and you should just press them out of the board. They are connected with small crosspieces. If you have some difficulties to remove a detail, just cut a crossbar with a knife.

What are your advice on the assembly?

In order to avoid furrows, you should press the detail out from the side, where pattern of lines is thicker. We recommend to check all elements, especially gears, for the absence of burrs on the teeth. If you can not connect some details, to put a cap, for example, lubricate it with wax of any ordinary candles.

Is it possible to paint the model?

Yes, you can paint it. We recommend to use watercolor. You can use acrylic paints, but a thick layer can interfere with gears working.

What do I need to assemble a model? Tools?

Everything you need for the assembly comes in the package. There are wooden axis (standard toothpick 65 * 2 mm) in each set. Depending on the specific model, rubber bands, fishing line, or stickers will also be provided. Extra toothpicks are available at any grocery store. Tools recommended for the assembly: office knife, ordinary candle (i.e. tea candle), fine sand paper or file.

What to do if it's difficult to install a plug on the frame or an axle?

The plug or the axle will be much easier to install if you grease the parts with an ordinary candle. If you can't install the axle, it is recommended to disassemble the construction and grease the internal parts of a gear with a candle wax. Also, you can try different toothpicks as they also vary in thickness and sizes. Do not use too much force as there's a risk of breaking the toothpick.

Can children collect your models?

We definitely can say that a child of 14 years old can assemble our models. Sometimes parents’ help will be needed. Our mission - is to unite children and their parents.

Meet unique mechanical tower puzzle from Ugears Company

Today there is a great chance to turn your thoughts into reality. Ugears presents you the 3d mechanical Archballista Tower puzzle  – a great two-part wooden model for teens and adults. This toy tower is a representative from the medieval period which is clearly seen from its design.

Each particle of the 3d tower puzzle is selected in detail and decorated by fantastic ornaments. And let’s not forget that this puzzle is mechanical so there is no way for statics to occur. The gear on the side of the tower is a part of the mechanism that raises the second level revealing the spiral staircase and interior structure.

Puzzle toy from Ugears that looks absolutely realistic 

The designers made their best to make the toy tower look as real. They even added missing blocks that creates a partly ruined look. As a result it’s a great pleasure to observe and enjoy the work of the gears, inner frame and the complete clever mechanism.

Mechanical Archballista Tower puzzle is a great solution as an eco-friendly present for any person of any age. It will bring lots of joy to a child, a teenager or even an adult! It's a nice idea of the gameplay at home and as the outdoor toy. To diversify your play look over all the other Ugears games at our online store of eco toys DoEcoLiving.     

Customer reviews
Suesi R.
This wooden models aren't interesting for my son. It's very aggressive puzzle.
Do Eco Living
Suesi R., Ugears has different models - if this one is to aggressive maybe you can look over the Horse or Safe models - they are very beautiful!
Luca
At first it seemed to us that this is a complex process - the assembly of the constructor, but then it is so exciting. cool
Erica
Actually for last few month after we assembled it the tower played role of the wooden model o the desk. But now at quarantine it's a nice toy to play.
Kelli O
I like it
Briana Serrato
I liked everything, but after assembly, children need to play with glasses)
Riter Austin.
Balista’s bomb, but we shot at the tower with a wooden rifle
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Do I need to cut parts out of the boards?

No, details are already pre-cut and you should just press them out of the board. They are connected with small crosspieces. If you have some difficulties to remove a detail, just cut a crossbar with a knife.

What are your advice on the assembly?

In order to avoid furrows, you should press the detail out from the side, where pattern of lines is thicker. We recommend to check all elements, especially gears, for the absence of burrs on the teeth. If you can not connect some details, to put a cap, for example, lubricate it with wax of any ordinary candles.

Is it possible to paint the model?

Yes, you can paint it. We recommend to use watercolor. You can use acrylic paints, but a thick layer can interfere with gears working.

What do I need to assemble a model? Tools?

Everything you need for the assembly comes in the package. There are wooden axis (standard toothpick 65 * 2 mm) in each set. Depending on the specific model, rubber bands, fishing line, or stickers will also be provided. Extra toothpicks are available at any grocery store. Tools recommended for the assembly: office knife, ordinary candle (i.e. tea candle), fine sand paper or file.

What to do if it's difficult to install a plug on the frame or an axle?

The plug or the axle will be much easier to install if you grease the parts with an ordinary candle. If you can't install the axle, it is recommended to disassemble the construction and grease the internal parts of a gear with a candle wax. Also, you can try different toothpicks as they also vary in thickness and sizes. Do not use too much force as there's a risk of breaking the toothpick.

Can children collect your models?

We definitely can say that a child of 14 years old can assemble our models. Sometimes parents’ help will be needed. Our mission - is to unite children and their parents.