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Need to buy physics equipment to practise my physics practical skills. I'm well aware that mention sensors and the rest of the higher level equipment costs thousands in total, which I am planning on buying anyway. But I couldn't find any websites that sell simple stuff like weight pulley systems, circuit equipment, micrometers and wooden metre rulers etc.


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http://www.timstar.co.uk/
http://www.philipharris.co.uk/

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(Original post by PVonShroeder)
Need to buy physics equipment to practise my physics practical skills. I'm well aware that mention sensors and the rest of the higher level equipment costs thousands in total, which I am planning on buying anyway. But I couldn't find any websites that sell simple stuff like weight pulley systems, circuit equipment, micrometers and wooden metre rulers etc.


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That seems unnecessary
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unilab/phillip harris is a big educational supplier
you could also look at RS components, rapid electronics and maplin
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