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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    F1 in Schools Test Driver Challenge Cars must be designed around this template using Fusion 360. Download and add to your Fusion 360 cloud to start designing your Test Driver Car
  2. COMING SOON - Complete the Course at Step 1 and come back here soon... Details for how to prepare for and attend the F1 in Schools National will be added here. In the meantime - check out all the action from the 2019 F1 in Schools World Finals, presented by ADNOC on Yas Island....
  3. COMING SOON - Complete the Course at Step 1 and come back here soon... Prepare for Manufacture screencast https://autode.sk/2Wl9DNW
  4. STEP 3 - DESIGN YOUR OWN CAR This section wil guide and provide you with tips and useful links so that you can design your own Test Driver Challenge F1 in Schools Car. The Fusion 360 course at Step 1 taught you all the skills you need to now be able to design your own F1 in Schools car. From the Research & Investigation at Step 2 you will have seen that your Test Driver Challenge Car will be much simpler than the one that featured in the Fusion 360 course. If you haven't reviewed the important basic design rules for Test Driver Challenge cars at STEP 2 - Research & Investigate, do that now CLICK HERE Remember - All Test Driver Challenge Cars must be designed around the Test Driver Car Template Design Your Own Car - Suggested Workflow Sketch Ideas - Download PDF templates for hand sketching your design ideas - CLICK HERE Upload the Test Driver Car Assembly Template - Get the assembly from the following link and upload to your Fusion workspace Check out how we Modeled our example car in the video below Yas in Schools Example Test Driver Challenge Car Design Check out the video below to see how we designed our example Test Driver Challenge Car using the Test Driver Car template You can watch the video above direct on YouTube and make use the Chapter links in the video details section - CLICK HERE
  5. STEP 2 - RESEARCH & INVESTIGATE Its important to research and investigate the various Test Driver Challenge Car design requirements along with understanding the manufacturing processes before you start working on your own car design. It will also be beneficial to have reviewed previous F1 in Schools car designs to help provide you with inspiration. This section will help guide you through the important things to investigate and research... Test Driver Challenge - How it fits in the Competition Matrix There are 3 categories that students can choose to enter in the U.A.E. F1 in Schools National Competition 1. Test Driver Challenge Optional Beginner level Simple Come and try / taster style category Car must be designed around the Test Driver Car Template No need to form a team Competition prizes and awards, but there is no World Finals qualification 2. Rookie Category Novice level Must be first time Rookie entrant and 15 years of age or under Must enter as a team of 3-6 students Must use F1 in Schools standard wheel system plus other car design restrictions National Final winning team qualifies for the World Finals 3. Professional Category As the name suggests, this is the F1 in Schools Pro level For over 15 years old or previous Rookie or Pro entrants Must enter as a team of 3-6 students Greater freedom with car design and complexity National Final winning team qualifies for the World Finals The F1 Model Block - What is it? All F1 in Schools cars must have their car bodies CNC machined and manufactured from the official F1 Model block. This effectively means that all of the car body, and optionally the wings if to be made from Model Block material, must be designed to fit within the physical dimensions of the model block. You can easily check if your design fits within the block using Fusion 360. The Model Block is made from a polyurethane material that is very light and easy top machine with good surface finishing. The above illustration shows the F1 Model Block. The left side image is with the bottom surface including pre-machined tether line slot facing up. The pre-drilled CO2 Canister Chamber hole can also be seen. The right side image shows the F1 Model Block right way up and again the CO2 Canister Chamber hole on the rear / back end of the block. The specific dimensions of the F1 Model block are shown on the illustration below: So looking at the above dimensions it can be seen that no car body can be wider than 65mm or taller than 50mm. Whilst the model block is 223mm long, the maximum length of an F1 in Schools car is actually limited to 210mm. To learn more about the technical specification and physical properties of the model block material, download the - F1 Model Block Technical Data Sheet 29.6.15.pdf The Test Driver Car Design Template All Test Driver Challenge cars MUST be designed around the official Test Driver Car Template. The template is provided by Yas in Schools and can be downloaded as a Fusion 360 assembly file. The template download link can be found at STEP 3 - DESIGN YOUR OWN CAR. The template assembly also includes the F1 Model block as a separate component so that you can check your design fits within the block dimensions. Review the below diagram and related information to learn more about how the Test Driver Car Template is used... Car Body Core - Shown in green above. When designing your own car, you can only add material to this body core shape. NO MATERIAL CAN BE REMOVED FROM THE BODY CORE SHAPE. Typically designers would add material to the sides and top surface to form a more aerodynamic car body design. Note that the bottom surface of this Car body core is aligned to the bottom surface of the F1 Model block, so therefore, you can not add material to the bottom surface. The Car Body core includes the pre-machined and drilled tether line slot and CO2 Canister chamber hole. Wheels - The official F1 in Schools wheels are supplied by Yas in Schools. All Test Driver Challenge Cars MUST USE these wheels unmodified, you are not allowed to design and manufacture your own wheels. Axle Guides - These parts insert into the car body to provide a very efficient and low friction support for the axles. The hole which these axle guides insert into is drilled during the CNC machining process. Designers are allowed to make the body wider where the axle guides insert, but you are NOT ALLOWED to change their position by moving forward, rearward or in the vertical direction Axles - The standard axles are provided along with the wheels and axle guide parts. The axles in the Test Driver Car Template are modeled at the maximum full standard length. You ARE ALLOWED to change the length of the axles ie. make them shorter so your wheel track becomes narrower if required. Tether Guides - The Test Driver Car Template assembly model includes two standard tether line guides. F1 in Schools car are tethered to the race track via a thin nylon line that runs the length of each track lane. The tether line is passed through the tether guides to attach the car. You ARE ALLOWED to change the position of where the tether guides are located. For more technical detail related to the Test Driver Car Template, download the Technical Drawing here - Test Driver Car Template Technical Drawing.pdf Test Driver Challenge Car Design Rules Following is a summary of the basic design rules for the Test Driver Challenge category. The detailed design rules are explained in the Test Driver Challenge Technical and Competition Regulations document. Download the Test Driver Technical and Competition Regulations here - COMING SOON Test Driver Design Rules Summary Car Body - The body of the car must consist only of the model block material and be designed around the Car Body Core included with the Test Driver Car Template. Rear Wing - Test Driver Challenge Cars must include a rear wing that is completely visible from the top view. The rear wing must be manufactured from the F1 model block material. The rear wing must be designed to comply with the various minimum dimensions mentioned in the Technical and Competition Regulations. CNC Machining Restrictions - Test Driver Challenge car body & rear wing will only be manufactured using CNC machining of both the left and right side of the car. This means that all surfaces of the car body and rear wing must be visible in the left and right side views. Front Wing - The front wing should be manufactured as a separate 3D printed part. The front wing must be designed to comply with the various minimum dimensions mentioned in the Technical and Competition Regulations. Wheels - Test Driver Cars must use the standard F1 in Schools wheels. The vertical and horizontal position of the wheels must remain unchanged from their position set in the Test Driver Car Template. The wheel 'track' can optionally be made narrower. For example: the Test Driver Car Template includes the axles at their maximum length. Designers may choose to shorten the axle length so that the wheels sit closer to the car body they designed. Car Weight - Test Driver Challenge Cars when fully assembled and submitted fro racing, must weigh a minimum of 55 grams. You can check learn how to analyse the weight of your design in Step 3 - Design Your Own Car Surface Finishing - Unlike Rookie and Professional entries, Test Driver Challenge Cars do not have to be painted. Painting or other surface finishing is optional for Test Driver Challenge Cars Example Test Driver Challenge Car Design
  6. STEP 1 - GET FUSION 360 & GET UP TO SPEED This special Autodesk Design Academy F1 in Schools course will prepare you with Fusion 360 skills so that you can later design your own unique F1 in Schools Test Driver Challenge car. The course teaches you the various techniques and tools used to design an advanced F1 in Schools car. The car you design for the Test Driver Challenge will be a much simpler design... Sign up for the Autodesk Design Academy F1 in Schools 3 Hour Course Follow the Course instructions to get setup with Fusion 360 software for free Windows and Mac OS compatible Check our course advice below CLICK HERE TO ENROLL NOW F1 in Schools Fusion 360 Course Summary By completing the course you will be ready to design your own winning F1 in Schools car. The full course takes around 3-4 hours in to complete, but doesn't have to be completed in one sitting. Lesson 1 - Overview | Download Software | Course Resources | Fusion Basics Lesson 2 - How to Connect Your Team & Collaborate Lesson 3 - Develop the Design | Sketching | Modelling | Assembly | Freeform Tools Lesson 4 - Bring it to Life | Simulate CNC | 3D Print Output Lesson 5 - Showcasing the Car | 3D Renders | Animation | Technical Drawings Lesson 6 - End of Course Challenge Assignments Lesson 7 - Course Assessment Lesson 8 - Next Steps | Share Designs | Become a Certified User INSTRUCTOR GUIDE - This document provides a great overview of the course for students and teachers. Download here - Instructor Guide_F1 in Schools.pdf CLICK HERE TO ENROLL NOW COURSE ADVICE FROM YAS IN SCHOOLS We suggest you read over our advice below regarding the course to help improve your experience User Interface - The Fusion 360 user interface (UI) has had some minor upgrades since this course was created. The following download will help you with these changes - Fusion 360 UI Updates.pdf Autodesk CFD Ultimate - The course includes use of CFD / Virtual Analysis software called CFD Ultimate. THIS IS OPTIONAL. Note the CFD Ultimate software is only Windows OS compatible. Fusion 360 is MAC and WIN OS compatible. If you decide to complete the CFD module, you will be guided to download an education licence copy of the software. Lesson 4 Optional - Lesson 4 is great for better understanding how CNC machining operations are programmed in CAD. Yas in Schools will CNC machine your Test Driver Challenge car design for you and Yas in Schools will also do the CNC & CAM programming for your design. Lesson 5 - Skills and techniques shown in this lesson will be very useful for when you are ready to showcase your Test Driver Challenge car design Technical Drawings - The course shows how to create technical drawings of your design in first angle projection. F1 in Schools requires technical drawings to be presented in 3rd angle projection. Here you can download a simple guide for changing to 3rd angle projection - Fusion - 1st to 3rd Angle Drawing.pdf BACK TO TEST DRIVER CHALLENGE MAIN MENU
  7. DESIGN - MAKE - RACE ! Design a Formula 1 model race car, get it manufactured, then race at the F1 in Schools National Final! The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge is a global competition that uses the magnetic appeal of Formula 1 to deliver comprehensive STEM learning through a 21st Century Skills project based learning approach. F1 in Schools Test Driver Challenge - is a new competition category that provides a simple 'come & try' style entry level to the competition. Work from home on your own or collaborate with up to 3 of your friends. STEP 1 - Get free software and complete the online Fusion 360 F1 in Schools course STEP 2 - Research and investigate Test Driver Challenge rules and F1 in Schools car designs STEP 3 - Design your own F1 in Schools Car around the Test Driver Template STEP 4 - Send your design to Yas in Schools for CNC Manufacturing and 3D Printing STEP 5 - Race at the National Final to win awards and prizes FREE CAR MANUFACTURING - For a limited time we will be offering free manufacturing for the best designs submitted. To qualify for free manufacturing you need to complete the Test Driver Challenge Steps 1 - 4 and have shared a showcase video of your work. JOIN FREE WEBINARS - Register to join online technical Q&A sessions as well as Test Driver Car CNC manufacturing demonstrations GET STARTED NOW - CLICK HERE TO GO TO STEP 1 - GET FUSION 360 & GET UP TO SPEED
  8. DESIGN - MAKE - RACE ! Design a Formula 1 model race car, get it manufactured, then race at the F1 in Schools National Final! The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge is a global competition that uses the magnetic appeal of Formula 1 to deliver comprehensive STEM learning through a 21st Century Skills project based learning approach. F1 in Schools Test Driver Challenge - is a new competition category that provides a simple 'come & try' style entry level to the competition. Work from home on your own or collaborate with up to 3 of your friends. STEP 1 - Get free software and complete the online Fusion 360 F1 in Schools course STEP 2 - Research and investigate F1 in Schools car designs STEP 3 - Design your own F1 in Schools Car around the Test Driver Template STEP 4 - Send your design to Yas in Schools for CNC Manufacturing and 3D Printing STEP 5 - Race at the National Final to win awards and prizes FREE CAR MANUFACTURING - For a limited time we will be offering free manufacturing for the best designs submitted. To qualify for free manufacturing you need to complete the Test Driver Challenge Steps 1 - 4 and have shared a showcase video of your work. JOIN FREE WEBINARS - Register to join online technical Q&A sessions as well as Test Driver Car CNC manufacturing demonstrations GET STARTED NOW - CLICK HERE TO GO TO STEP 1 - GET FUSION 360 & GET UP TO SPEED
  9. DESIGN AN F1 IN SCHOOLS CAR USING FUSION 360 Brand new to F1 in Schools or want to brush up on your CAD skills? Learn Fusion 360 and Design a F1 in Schools Car. FREE 8 LESSON COURSE FULL SET OF OFFLINE PDF AND VIDEO TUTORIALS FREE SOFTWARE (MAC & WINDOWS) FREE ASSESSMENT & CERTIFICATION OPTIONS COURSE OVERVIEW By completing this course you will be ready to design your own winning advanced F1 in Schools car. The full course takes around 4 hours in total to complete and doesn't have to be completed in one sitting. Lesson 1 - Overview | Download Software | Course Resources | Fusion Basics Lesson 2 - How to Connect Your Team & Collaborate Lesson 3 - Develop the Design | Sketching | Modelling | Assembly | Freeform Tools Lesson 4 - Bring it to Like | Simulate CNC | 3D Print Output Lesson 5 - Showcasing the Car | 3D Renders | Animation | Technical Drawings Lesson 6 - End of Course Challenge Assignments Lesson 7 - Course Assessment Lesson 8 - Next Steps | Share Designs | Become a Certified User INSTRUCTOR GUIDE - This document provides a great overview of the course for students and teachers. Download here - Instructor Guide_F1 in Schools.pdf CLICK HERE TO ENROLL NOW COURSE ADVICE FROM YAS IN SCHOOLS We suggest you read over our advice below regarding the course to help improve your experience User Interface - The Fusion 360 user interface (UI) has had some minor upgrades since this course was created. The following download will help you with these changes - Fusion 360 UI Updates.pdf Autodesk CFD Ultimate - The course includes use of CFD / Virtual Analysis software called CFD Ultimate, you will download a one year education licence of CFD Ultimate. Note this software is only Windows OS compatible. Fusion is MAC and WIN OS compatible. Technical Drawings - The course shows how to create technical drawings of your design in first angle projection. F1 in Schools requires technical drawings to be presented in 3rd angle projection. Here you can download a simple guide for changing to 3rd angle projection - Fusion - 1st to 3rd Angle Drawing.pdf F1 in Schools Technical Regulations - When designing your own car, be sure to be checking you are following the correct Technical / Design Regulations for your National Competition. Download the UAE Technical Regulations - CLICK HERE GET YOUR CAR MADE - ENTER THE NATIONAL FINAL... F1 in Schools Come & Try - National Final - even if you have worked solo on designing a car, you can now send your design to Yas in Schools for manufacture then come to the F1 in Schools National Final to race your car. Go to the next section to learn more: BACK TO #WORKFROMHOME MAIN MENU
  10. Learning Channel Now on YouTube ! Great resource for both beginner and experienced teams. Full set of 32 videos, presented by F1 in Schools team members and covering every aspect of the challenge. Click the links below to go to Playlists and view all videos: THE BASIC STEPS - 8 Videos Playlist BUSINESS & TEAM PLAN - 6 Videos Playlist DESIGN - 7 Videos Playlist ANALYSE - 4 Videos Playlist MAKE - 7 Videos Playlist TEST - 5 Videos Playlist PORTFOLIO - 1 Video VERBAL PRESENTATION - 1 Video RACING - 3 Videos Playlist IMPROVEMENT - 5 Videos Playlist Video - Learning Channel Introduction BACK TO #WORKFROMHOME MAIN MENU
  11. REGISTER NOW - CLICK HERE TO GET FULL FREE ACCESS ADNOC | Yas in Schools Presents #EtharaAtHome. Based around the popular Formula Ethara STEAM education program for Primary aged students, #EtharaAtHome has been structured for delivery through distance education... Overview #EtharaAtHome is a FREE project based learning program that provides individual students with the same core learning as the ADNOC | Yas in Schools Formula Ethara classroom team work program. Follow the online work units to: Create a team brand & identity Build a prototype Formula Ethara Race Car at home Create a personal Portfolio of all the activities and learning of related science, math, technology and literacy. Learn how to prepare a National Final winning team! Extension Options: Easily upgrade to race ready cars and have a school race day Enter the #EtharaAtHome National Final Category Program Work Units Unit 1 – Build the Car Chassis------------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 2 – Team Identity --------------------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 3 – Create and Assemble the Car Body --------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 4 – Get your Wheels On Challenge -------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 5 – Ethara C.A.D. C.A.M. ------------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 6 – Ethara Science & Math----------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 7 – Showcase Your Work -----------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 8 – Sponsorship ---------------------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 9 – Prepare for Competition --------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) Unit 10 – Race @ Home ------------------------------------(AVAILABLE NOW) #EtharaAtHome - Something for Everyone Completely New to Formula Ethara - #EtharaAtHome is a great taster of the full Formula Ethara Program. It provides STEAM distant learning content and is easy to convert to the full program back at school Already Involved with Formula Ethara - Provides program continuity options for teachers. Add value and content to your current program. Help students better prepare for school and National Final Competitions Parents - looking for activities to keep children stimulated working from home #EtharaAtHome - Online Work Units & Portfolio Download the #EtharaAtHome Portfolio - Complete the Online Units - Record Work in the Portfolio Children follow the work units to learning through reading online information and watching videos. Each work unit has activities children complete in the #EtharaAtHome portfolio. Content is added using Microsoft PowerPoint. As children progress, the Portfolio builds to form a complete record of all of their all their work and understanding. #EtharaAtHome - Core Work Units #EtharaAtHome Portfolio - download the portfolio template. Children use Microsoft PowerPoint to build a personal record of the development of their project as they work through the online activities. There is also a portfolio tips document to help guide Portfolio work. Build the Car Chassis - download the car chassis templates and follow our instructions and videos to build it Team Identity - learn about how to develop a team name and brand. Create own team identity and a team logo. Propose ideas for a team uniform. Create & Assemble the Car Body - download the car body template and decorate it to represent the developed team identity. Print out the decorated car body and assemble it to the car chassis built in stage 2. Follow instruction guide and video for tips. Get Your Wheels on Challenge - find items around home to add to the prototype car to represent wheels. Showcase Your Design - take some cool pics of the finished prototype car and showcase in your portfolio. #EtharaAtHome - Related Learning Units CAD / CAM - Learn about modern design and manufacture technologies. Investigate how some of these technologies can be used to help with designing and making a Formula Ethara car Science & Math - A Formula Ethara car can zoom down the 20 metre race track in less than 1.5 seconds! Learn about some of the science and math related to racing and race timing Competition Tips - learn how to prepare and be a winning team at the Formula Ethara National Final #EtharaAtHome - Extension Options Upgrade Cars & Race! - Back at school, students form teams, review each others team identity work, decide on team identity and then build team race ready cars using the Yas in Schools car kits. Have a school race day at Yas Marina Circuit. #EtharaAtHome National Final Category - students can enter individually or join up with friends. Upgrade to a race ready Formula Ethara Car at the event and then go racing! WHAT IS FORMULA ETHARA? Formula Ethara is a team work, project based learning and STEAM education program for children up to 13 years of age. 'Ethara' is an Arabic word that means 'excite'. Formula Ethara is science, technology, engineering, arts and math related learning outcomes through an exciting 21st century skills framework. Formula Ethara gets the Classroom Racing TEAM - Form teams in class. Take on different roles. Develop a team identity DESIGN - A team logo, team uniforms and team race car graphics MAKE - Each team member builds their own team race car using simple CAD CAM SHOWCASE - Team verbal presentation. Team poster / display. RACE! - Each team member races the team car on the 20 metre race track The excitement is maximized on race day when the children get to test their cars on the Formula Ethara Race Track at Yas Marina Circuit. The cars are powered by a small canister of compressed gas. When the gas is released, the cars are thrust down the 20 metre race track at high speed. To find out more about school race days, visit this link - School Race Day Overview National Competition - The best teams from each school can enter the annual Formula Ethara National Final. Check out the highlights from the 2019 National Final in this video... Formula Ethara vs #EtharaAtHome - Program Comparison The main difference is in the the car that is built. The #EtharaAtHome car is a prototype car. However, it's very easy to later convert the prototype car to a proper race ready Formula Ethara Car. Both programs can have a National Competition pathway. The table below provides a more detailed comparison between the programs. (Click the table to enlarge) REGISTER NOW - CLICK HERE TO GET FULL ACCESS
  12. TIP 1 - Fixing the UNO R3 Board to the Mount Bracket TIP 2 - Adjust the Clip Posts if Required TIP 3 - Attaching the Tow Bar to the Rock Crawler
  13. Version 1.0.0

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    Zip file contains body shell as .STL in 4 parts, plus also the body shell .iges and Fusion 360 models. NOTE - This Body Shell is only suitable for the 2020 Official Rock Crawler Chassis 1:16 Scale
  14. Version 1.0.0

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    COMING SOON! Full CAD assembly of the 2020 Yas in Schools Baseline Car. Fusion 360 and IGES. BROWSE BASELINE CAR SUB-CATEGORIES MENU FOR INDIVIDUAL PART, CODE AND SCHEMATIC FILES
  15. Version 1.1.0

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    ZIP FILE INCLUDES - .STL .IGES and Fusion 360 Model Printing Tips - Orientate so that its standing upright with the two body mount posts parallel to the printing bed. This print layering direction will increase the strength of the body mount posts.
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