In our previous articles, we have made several cars made up of Lego. So, in today’s article, we will again teach you one more amazing toy made up of Lego. Let us learn about how to make a rubber band powered Lego Car.
After getting information about today’s article title, let us note down the list of supplies required to make a rubber band powered Lego car. Let us begin.
- Lego Pieces
- Rubber Band
Steps To Make A Rubber Band Powered LEGO Car
Step 1: First, fix the lengthy rod-shaped Lego Pieces with the broad edges by using the tiny circular pieces in the following manner.
Fixing the Base Pieces
Step 2: In the second step, you have to tighten the base pieces by attaching the small circular Lego pieces at the sides.
Tighten the Base
Step 3: Now, leave some holes appropriately in four to five sections and then repeat step 2.
Fixing the Middle Layer
Step 4: Again, repeat the same step at the last hole, but you have to attach a tiny screw or pulley like a Lego piece in the middle.
Fixing the Last Piece with a flexible Lego Piece
Step 5: In the next step, you have to cover the base by adding a layer of Lego pieces to it.
Covering the Base Layer
Step 6: In the next step you have to take a rubber band and fix it to the middle piece
Attaching the Rubber Band
Step 7: Now, cover the flatbed base layer of the car with the Lego Piece
Covering the Base
Step 8: In the following step you have to fix the wheels on the car and then take the rubber band out of the middle flexible or pulley piece.
Rubber Band Powered Lego Car
Things To Remember
- Make sure all the Lego pieces are appropriately connected
- Make sure you run the Rubberband powered on a flat surface
- Also, make sure you use a new and strong rubber band.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.