No matter what you call it - Advanced Physics Lab, Junior/Senior Lab, Modern Lab, Optics Lab, Senior Project, or even Undergraduate Research - TeachSpin apparatus offers your faculty and students a wide array of exciting and challenging hands-on physics experiments.

Given the heightened risk of COVID-19 transmissions and to better protect our employees and community, TeachSpin has decided to close our offices as of Monday, March 16th. The office will remain closed until it is deemed safe to return to work. Some of our staff can work from home and will be monitoring emails and any messages left on our voice mail during this period. This shut down will unfortunately delay the production of our products but we will do everything we can to try and expedite things after this crisis has passed.

To all of our customers, vendors and friends please stay safe and healthy. We will resume operations as soon as we are able. If you need to contact us for any reason, use our info@teachspin.com email.

Our Mission

Designed Specifically for Teaching

No Resident Expert Required

Promote Conceptual Understanding

TeachSpin is dedicated to the design, manufacture, marketing and support of rugged, reliable, hands-on laboratory instruments that enable any school, no matter what the size or individual expertise of its faculty, to teach a wide variety of classic and modern upper-level physics experiments.

All of our apparatus is designed and built by university physicists who have taught in the undergraduate lab and are well aware of the constraints of both student use and laboratory budgets. Many of our advanced instruments give research-quality data and lend themselves to open-ended upper-level projects. Several of our instruments have been built in collaboration with faculty who have worked with us to make locally developed experiments available.

Designed specifically for teaching, TeachSpin instruments both promote conceptual understanding and encourage investigations across a wide intellectual “phase space”. Because we recognize that advanced lab instructors must often teach outside their specialty area or experimental "comfort zone", TeachSpin apparatus is both engineered and supported to provide satisfying results with  "No Resident Expert Required."

2495 Main Street

Buffalo, New York 14214

Office:  716-885-4701

Fax:  836-1077



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 physics laboratories.

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