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Facts to Consider Regarding Windmills

Thanks to the wind, the mill operates. The blades, which function like the sails of old ships, are pressed by its force. Around the ninth century, windmills were first created in Persia. However, vertical windmills proliferated throughout Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries and were genuinely popular. To honor this creation, we chose to recreate the model with blades.
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How The WoodTrick Mill Operates

The Mill features the most elegant design and the easiest-to-understand mechanics. The mill includes a gear mechanism and paddles. You just need to swiftly press the gears with your finger to start the blades spinning. You can observe the mill mechanism in operation because of the simple design and lack of extraneous components.
One can catch the tailwind in a variety of ways.
A customizable wooden 3D model from WoodTrick is called The Mill. A wooden model may be put together in one to two hours. Additionally, every kit comes with instructions and illustrations to ensure that it is put together correctly the first time.

You won't need glue to put the Mill from WoodTrick together. Each component is designed to allow for connection without additional materials. We use sanded plywood to create building set details that are safe for the environment and your health.

The Mill is a lovely wooden replica with interactive features. It may be set down on a nightstand or a table. It is a beautiful improvement to any interior. It also works well as a present for a buddy who enjoys puzzles.

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With toothpicks
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No glue
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  • Complexity
    2 level
  • Model Dimensions
    338*133*390 mm
  • Number of pieces
  • Package Dimensions
    370*185*35 mm
  • Assembly time
    1-2 hours
  • Package Weight
    1,001 kg
Download the tutorial↓
Each kit includes a printed manual. But if yours is damaged or you prefer the online version, you can download the pdf manual for the model here.
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Almost any meal is inconceivable without one of the essential foods—bread. Even more, work was necessary to make bread a few centuries ago. The development of the windmill significantly streamlined farmers' tasks. They were no longer required to crush grain by hand into flour. We made a wooden replica of the Mill because we recognize this invention's importance to advancing technology.