Empowering Student Innovation for a Clean Energy Future

Division: JSS Blue (7-8)
School: Milwee Middle Team Size: 4

The Quantum Cupcakes

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The Team

Team Name: Quantum Cupcakes

Builders: Daniel.E(8th), Emma.D(8th), Eli.F(8th), Mitchell.S(8th)

School Name: Milwee Middle School


Car Specifications

  • Car Gear Ratio- 10:50
  • Car Length- 9.5inches
  • Car Width- 5 Inches
  • Wheel Length/Diameter- 1.5inches

Components used

  • Corrugated Plastic
  • Rubber bads
  • Plastic
  • Metal Axles
  • Paperclip
  • Cardboard
  • Motor
  • Battery Holder
  • Plastic Wheels
  • Solar Panel
  • Batteries

Total Cost= $0.00

Why did we choose these materials?

We decided to use 3D printing to create the structure of our solar car, for the reason that it would be sturdier and customizable, perfectly, to what we felt was most efficient for our car. The cardboard for our car, made it a lightweight design choice, that fit our theme. Many of the items were recycled things in our very on classroom.


3-D Model

Test Videos

Work Log:

Design Process

Vehicle Feature Video

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