Get in shape

7th March 2003 at 00:00
For hands-on geometry and crafts teaching, Circle Scribe introduces the latest in geometrical shape making. The Blade Runner uses the technology of the popular Disk Compass, with increased accuracy. It is easy to cut perfect shapes such as circles, hearts, ovals, spirals and arches from a wide range of material. Disk Compass has been accepted by the QCA for all exams.

Stand SN30

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