Assembly Instructions – Cars
The car kit is designed to use:
- multiple gear configurations
- front wheel alignment design allows for adjustment to sun’s position in the sky
- variety of wheel choices
- a body design created by the car builder
The car kit is linked to National Curriculum outcomes in science, mathematics, sustainable development, geography and Design & Technology and Maths.
It is possible to build a body for the car. We have designed a template for this. It allows anyone building the body to design their own ‘fun body’. It could be decorated either by hand using paint, felt tip pens etc. or one could use an appropriate computer drawing program found in most schools.
You can download the body templates from our website to personalise your car design.
|2Q Double cell car||Double cell car assembly guide|
|1Q Single cell car||Single cell car assembly guide|
|Front car assembly||Criteria for the car to travel straight|
|Handling data||Handling data|
|Terminal types||Terminal types|
|Maths for solar engineers||Maths for solar engineers|
|Wheel catalogue||Wheel catalogue|
|How much light do we need||How much light do we need|
|Performance||Optimise your model solar car for speed|
|Body shells||Double cell bodyshell guide|
|Solar car design challenges||Solar car design challenges|
|Gearbox||Motor and 3-speed gearbox assembly guide|
|Glossary of terms||Glossary of terms|
Tetra Pak – Assembly Guide, Chassis
Tetra Pak – Assembly Guide