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CAD Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Aaron Hannon
18:55
I'll be on hand to answer any non-technical questions, but feel free to ping those into the teams@f1inschools.ie inbox. Enjoy :)
Aaron Hannon
41:12
ouch
Aaron Hannon
41:16
attaching the rear wing
Aaron Hannon
48:13
FYI - it's now illegal to put the tether line ahead of the mid-line of the wheels, so that tether design is now illegal.
Darragh Tobin
51:00
what software can we use for aero tests
Aruna
51:55
What companies can be used for manufacturing the car. And what materials should the car be made of?
Aruna
53:09
Are we supposed to manufacture the wheels, wings and body separately, and put them together?
Aaron Hannon
53:20
F1 in Schools provides a manufacturing service. The car body must be made from the F1 in Schools model block, and the wings can be made from 3D prints - usually PLA or ABS.
fionn
53:21
where do the bearings go?
Eoin O'Connor
55:45
sorry about that
Darragh Tobin
56:19
where do we get the track to test the car
Philip Hryhorchuk
58:17
Can the technical drawings be created digitally or are they required to be drawn traditionally on paper?
Aruna
01:00:32
What is virtual Cargo?
rebeccaloftus
01:00:51
Will the recording be shared afterwards?
Darragh Tobin
01:01:02
can the virtual cargo be inside the car
Aaron Hannon
01:02:45
The virtual cargo *is* the car body. Essentially: your car body should be big enough to fit the virtual cargo inside it - if the virtual cargo 3D shape fits inside your car body, you pass the rule!
Aaron Hannon
01:03:58
Let us know if you need more explaining of virtual cargo - it can be tricky:)
Aruna
01:05:27
What materials should the car be made of?
Stephen
01:08:56
Where do the bearings go?
Aruna
01:20:35
can you print more than 1 model of the car
Darragh Tobin
01:22:21
thank you
Harry Edwards
01:22:55
I bought model blocks recently so I have to attach the sticker that comes with them to my car
Harry Edwards
01:23:08
Do I I meant
Marco
01:23:58
Thank you
Philip Hryhorchuk
01:24:04
thank you!