Doc Fizzix Can-Dew
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Designed to carry a full sized soda can over 15 Meters (49'),
This is the Can Dew Mousetrap Powered Racer Kit from Doc Fizzix.
FEATURES: Easy-to-wind and snag-free string release system eliminates tangles
and snags for increased performance
Pre-cut and drilled balsa wood frame
Uses lightweight low inertia DVD/CD layers for wheels
Carries a full soda can from 15 to 20 meters (49' to 50')
High torque gearing system generates tremendous torque and power
capable of moving large loads over great distances
Special cargo bay designed to hold a soda can or similar item
Can be assembled in less than 30 minutes for most first time builders
INCLUDES: Two Pre-Drilled Balsa Wood Side Rails (18" x 1-1/2")
One Balsa Wood Deck Bottom (5-1/2" x 3")
One Balsa Wood Deck Top (4-1/2" x 3")
One Balsa Wood Deck Top (2" x 3")
Two Brass Tube Axles (6" x 3/16")
One Brass Tube Axle (4" x 3/16")
Eight Rubber DVD/CD Spacers
Four DVD Wheels
Four Metal Thrust Washers
One Zip Lock Axle Hook
One 36" long piece of Kevlar String
One Victor Brand Mouse Trap
One Top Secret Construction Guide and Performance Tips Sheet
REQUIRES: CA Glue and Needle Nose Pliers
SPECS: Length: 21" (533mm)
Width: 6" (152mm)
COMMENTS: What is a mousetrap powered car and how does it work?
A mousetrap-powered racer is a vehicle that is powered by the energy
of a wound up mousetrap's string. The most basic design is a follows
One end of a string is tied to the tip of a lever arm that is
attached to the mousetrap's "snapper arm". The other end of the
string has a loop that is designed to catch a hook attached to a
drive axle. Once the loop is placed over the axle hook, the string
is wound around the drive axle by turning the wheels in the oposite
direction to the vehicle's intended motion. As the string is wound
around the axle, the snapper's lever arm is pulled closer to the
drive axle causing the mousetrap's spring to wind up & store energy.
When the drive wheels are released, the string is pulled off the
drive axle by the mousetrap causing the wheels to rotate.
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