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  1. Skills One visits Menai High to see the six step process involved in the F1 (Formula One) school program. See more SkillsOne TV videos at www.skillsone.com.au
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    MEMBERS DON'T FORGET - CLICK 'FOLLOW THIS FILE' to stay up to date automatically!! Within this 'Zip File" are the following standard Autodesk Inventor parts. All parts are representative of standard physical components supplied with a Rookie Category car kit. These parts are for use with the YMC produced Autodesk Tutorials > http://f1-in-schools...desk-tutorials/ 1. YMC-axle.ipt - standard axle part 2. YMC-block.ipt - standard official balsa block (NEVER CHANGE THE POSITION OF THE Co2 CARTRIDGE HOLE) 3. YMC-co2 cartridge.ipt - C02 cartridge model useful for rendering assemblies. 4. YMC-hub cap.ipt - the optional wheel hub cap supplied with car kits. 5. YMC-straw.ipt - straw section inserted into the car body as an axle guide. 6. YMC-tether guide.ipt - standard screw eye part. Two supplied with car kit. 7. YMC-washer.ipt - optional washers (4 supplied) for placement on axle between wheel and body. 8. YMC-wheel.ipt - standard Rookie category wheel. 4 supplied with car kit.
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    RYAN BALL FOR AUTODESK INVENTOR - F1 IN SCHOOLS CAR BODY Massive thanks to Ryan Ball from School of Research Science for sharing this neat Autodesk Inventor Tutorial for modelling a typical F1 in Schools car body from the standard balsa block.
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    RYAN BALL FOR AUTODESK INVENTOR - F1 IN SCHOOLS BALSA BLOCK Massive thanks to Ryan Ball from School of Research Science for sharing this neat Autodesk Inventor Tutorial for modelling the standard F1 in Schools Balsa Block.
  5. Finished your car design - What next? Before making a request to have your design manufactured by Yas Marina Circuit there are some important things to do and consider: Check that the design complies with the Technical Regulations - most commonly students will design cars which are too long, too wide or too tall. It is important to check the maximum permitted car length in the regulations. Car bodies are not permitted to be as long as the actual Foam Model Block. This is because a portion of the Foam Block is held via a clamp during the actual CNC machining process. Ensure that no part of the body or other features such as wings which are to be made from foam block protrude beyond the block width of 65mm and block height of 50mm Wings designed to be manufactured from the foam block which are less than 3mm in thickness could break off during manufacturing and will be more prone to breakage during racing. The final step in Autodesk Inventor, in preparation for manufacture, is to add a manufacturing reference plate to the rear of the car. Instructions for this are presented below. The car body with reference plate added must be saved in .STL (stereo lithography) file extension format. This file format is required for compatibility for use with the CAM (Computer Aided Manufacture) software used by us to generate the machining code. ADDING A MACHINING REFERENCE PLATE Add the manufacturing reference plate | save as .STL | upload the .STL when submitting your manufacturing request to YMC F1 in Schools The final step before uploading your manufacturing request and completed design is to add a manufacturing reference plate as per the instructions document linked below. The reference plate is used during the CAM process to accurately locate your car model relative to the pre-machined C02 cartridge hole in the actual foam F1 Model block. Adding Manufacturing Reference Plate: AD Inventor-Add-reference plate guide.pdf EXPORTING THE CAR BODY INCLUDING REFERENCE PLATE AS A .STL FILE The following linked PDF explains how to export your design as an STL correctly. It is important to check this document as it explains how to export the file in the correct dimensional format. Autodesk STL Saving.pdf (Thanks to Jonathan Roberts from Repton School for sharing both of the above support files) If you have any questions or suggestions, please post them here by replying to this topic...
  6. A great way to get started with students or to promote the project within your school is to use the PowerPoint presentation available for download from the link below. F1inSchools-Overiew-V1.pptx The presentation includes several videos and these will be streamed directly into the presentation from YouTube, therefore it is necessary to be internet connected to view these. Each video takes a few seconds to load. You may also need to allow access to external sources (YouTube in this case), if prompted by your computer when opening the file.
  7. An overview of the how the F1 in Schools technologies are used by studnets through the different stages of the F1 in Schools program
  8. Rookie Class teams must use the standard wheels supplied by F1 in Schools for their car designs. Use this link to download a standard wheel SolidWorks part file that can be used in CAD assemblies. http://f1-in-schools-torque.invisionzone.com/index.php?/files/file/1-%7B?%7D/
  9. [TIP - Click 'follow this topic' to automatically stay up to date] There are two Regulation Documents for F1 in Schools 1. Technical Regulations - this details all of the F1 in Schools car design ruls 2. Competition Regulations - this details and explains all of the competition judging activities, requirements and includes the judging scorecards. REGULATION DOCUMENT DOWNLOADS 1. F1 IN SCHOOLS UAE TECHNICAL Regulations - Season 2017/18 The technical regulations detail all of the Car design rules and regulations for both the Rookie and Professional categories of the competition. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD NOW > F1iS-UAE-Tech_Regs-2017-18.pdf (The 2018/19 Regulations will not differ greatly and will be released soon) 2. F1 IN SCHOOLS UAE COMPETITION Regulations The Competition Regulations detail all of the other project requirements and judging information relevant to entering a team into one of the competition events. This document clearly shows the different competition requirements for Rookie and Professional teams, along with the minimum requirements for the Qualifynals (if held) and National Final events. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD NOW > UAE F1iS-2017-18 Competition-Regulations-Rev1.pdf (The 2018/19 season regs will have some minor changes in relation to the Portfolio) Getting Started Guide - in addition to the Rules and Regulations documents below, don't miss downloading the F1 in Schools getting started guide that will help guide you through the stages and get you properly prepared for competition. Getting Started Guide can be found at this link - http://f1-in-schools-torque.invisionzone.com/index.php?/forum/32-getting-started/
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