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  1. Download a template to help you sketch your initial F1 in Schools Car design ideas in 2D... The body of an F1 in Schools car must be designed to fit within the official F1 in Schools foam model block. F1 in Schools model block shown below: Other parts of the car assembly including wings, nose cone and wheels etc that are being made from other materials or methods, like 3D printing, don't have to fit within the dimensions of the foam model block. Only the main body or any wings you wish to have machined from the foam model block material need to be designed to fit within the dim
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    Step by step instructions for building the car chassis, adding wheels, assembling the car body and how to fold the plastic showcase box
  3. F1 IN SCHOOLS TEST DRIVER CHALLENGE STEP 5 - MINI PROJECT PORTFOLIO All F1 in Schools teams produce a portfolio to showcase their work to judges at competitions. Portfolios cover all the stages of the project. The Test Driver Challenge also includes a portfolio to give you a taste of this side of the project. The Test Driver Challenge Mini Portfolio gets you to think about the brand you might develop for your F1 in Schools team, as well as presenting and evaluating your car design ideas. We have created a special template that all Test Driver Challenge participants must fol
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    If you are designing your F1 in Schools Car using a CAD program other than Fusion 360, you can download all the official parts here in .IGES format. This Zip file includes the following as separate .iges part files F1 Model Block F1 in Schools Official Wheel F1 in Schools Official Axle Guide F1 in Schools Official Axle F1 in Schools Official Tether Guide (Screw Eye) F1 in Schools Official Co2 Canister
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    Download and use this .iges format template if you are using a CAD application other than Fusion 360.
  6. There are three different categories for entry to the U.A.E. F1 in Schools Competition Test Driver Challenge - a simple 'come & try' / taster style category that focuses on Car Design, Make and Race Rookie Category - for younger and first time entrants. National winners qualify for the world finals Professional Category - for older students and those who have previously participated. National winners qualify for the world finals Each competition category has its own specific set of car design and competition entry rules. You can find the Car Design and Competition Rul
  7. Version 1.0.0

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    This Zip file includes the following as separate Fusion 360 part files F1 Model Block F1 in Schools Official Wheel F1 in Schools Official Axle Guide F1 in Schools Official Axle F1 in Schools Official Tether Guide (Screw Eye) F1 in Schools Official Co2 Canister
  8. Having the standard F1 in Schools parts as 3D models can be very useful and help simplify and speed up you car design process Visit our downloads page at the link below to get a .zip file that contains the following separate parts in Fusion 360 format. F1 Model Block F1 in Schools Official Wheel F1 in Schools Official Axle Guide F1 in Schools Official Axle F1 in Schools Official Tether Guide (Screw Eye) F1 in Schools Official Co2 Canister
  9. This topic will help you better understand some of the restrictions associated with the CNC Manufacturing of F1 in Schools Car bodies using a 3 - axis CNC machine. First - check out our short video that provides a time lapse view of a typical F1 in Schools CNC machining process: It is important that car designers have an understanding of the limitations, particularly if you are designing a car for the Test Driver Challenge or Rookie Category of the UAE National Competition. Test Driver Challenge and Rookie Category Cars are only allowed to be manufactured using a left
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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
  11. F1 IN SCHOOLS TEST DRIVER CHALLENGE STEP 4 - SUBMIT YOUR DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING Overview This section provides detailed instructions and advice for how to send your Test Driver Challenge F1 in Schools car body and front wing designs to Yas in Schools for manufacturing. Export Fusion 360 part designs as .STL files Use the online form to submit your request and upload .STL files 1. How to Save the Car Body and Front Wing as Separate STL Files 2. How to Submit Your Parts for Manufacture For a limited time we will manufacture one car per team fr
  12. STEP 3 - DESIGN YOUR OWN CAR This section will guide and provide you with tips and useful links so that you can design your own Test Driver Challenge F1 in Schools Car. 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. This is very important. You can download the Car Template using the link below, then upload to your Fusion 360 workspace, before you start designing. Design Your O
  13. 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 UAE Competition Matrix There are 3 categories that students can choose to enter in the U.A.E.
  14. STEP 1 - GET FUSION 360 & GET UP TO SPEED We recommend using Autodesk Fusion 360 for F1 in Schools, but ff you are an experienced user of a different type of 3D CAD software and prefer to use that for your F1 in Schools work, then skip ahead to Test Driver Challenge Step 2. At Step 3 you will be able to download the Test Driver Car template in IGES format so you can open it in your preferred CAD software. Other suitable 3D software options include: Solid Works, OnShape, Solid Edge and Inventor GET FUSION 360 CAD SOFTWARE Before you can start working on your Test Driver Chall
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