TeachSpin apparatus offers your students a wide array of exciting and challenging hands-on physics experiments for their advanced physics lab, junior/senior lab, modern lab, optics lab, senior project and even undergraduate research.
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All profits from the sale of TeachSpin apparatus are assigned to the J.F. Reichert foundation a 501 (C) (3) charitable organization which supports, with grants, advanced physic laboratories.
Latest Newsletter ~ March 2017
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A Suite of Hands-On Experiments
"The TeachSpin Way"
Announcing the new ‘Auxiliary Electronics’ package that interfaces to our Torsional Oscillator. The combination will enable students to learn a great deal about feedback, up to and including turning the Torsional Oscillator into an electro-mechanical ‘torsional clock’ with impressive capabilities.
TeachSpin instruments are specifically designed and built for teaching by university professors who have taught in the undergraduate lab and understand the instructional and technical support needs of the academic community. All of our instruments are built in the United States and come with our two-year warranty on all parts and labor.
Our personal technical and instructional support will be provided for the life of the instrument.
Warranty: TeachSpin is so confident of the quality and durability of its instruments that we offer a two-year warranty on all purchases.
Support: During business hours, the physicists who design and build these instruments are there for you at the other end of the telephone line! And, of course, we answer questions by email as well.
Collegial Connections: We can put you in touch by email or phone with faculty and staff already using a particular apparatus in their own instructional labs. We can even connect you to instructors nearby. You will find that members of the EACH community are always generous with their expertise.
Training at TeachSpin: For a nominal fee you can enjoy a full day of personal attention from the physicists who design and build our apparatus. This experience will prepare you to teach a new instrument with confidence or offer an opportunity to explore more advanced applications of an old favorite.