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Konstruktor(13) Construction Sets

Konstruktor(13) was a Meccano-like construction systems. Konstruktor(13) was thought to be made in Russia from at least the 1970s and 1980s. The known sets have "Маленький" on them which means "Little". The parts are of blackened iron/steel and spacing is 10mm.

The parts are very similar to Konstruktor(22). However that was made by a different company. Also the manuals are laid out differently and the models are all different.

Manufacturer / Distributor

YAZTA, Yaroslavl plant of fuel equipment in Russia.
(ЯЗТА, Ярославский завод топливной аппаратуры)

Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for KONSTRUKTOR [13]

System Type
Hole pitch <12.7mm
circa 1975 to known in 1992 (see comment *1)
Boss Type
Boss Thread
M4 (probably)
Diametrical Pitch of Gears
No. of Parts in System
Hole Pitch (Spacing) (mm)
Diameter of holes in Strips(mm)
Diameter of the Bore in Bosses(mm)
Diameter of Axle Rods(mm)
Types of Nuts and Bolts
Nuts: hexagonal
Bolts: round (slotted)
Material/Finish of Nuts and Bolts
Size of the Nuts across Flats (mm)
Bolt diameter (mm)

Probably older version of KONSTRUKTOR SHKOL'NIK. *1 Said to be date on back of manual in set with black parts.

The MCS document for this system is shown below. It can also be downloaded to your computer if desired here

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Below there are manuals/leaflets and photos which can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate image.

A Konstruktor(13) manual
(Added 09/12/2018)

A Konstruktor(13) leaflet
(Added 09/12/2018)

Various photos of the Konstruktor(13) construction system
(Added 09/12/2018)

A Konstruktor(13) manual dated to 1980
(Added 16/02/2020)

A photos of a 1980 Konstruktor(13) construction set
(Added 16/02/2020)