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Original price was: රු3,890.00.Current price is: රු2,900.00.

  1. Wooden Craftsmanship: Crafted from high-quality woodcuts, each piece of our drag car exudes a rustic charm. The wooden components not only make assembly a breeze but also add a touch of eco-friendly elegance to your racing creation.
  2. 3D Printing Innovation: Elevate your DIY experience with the latest in technology. Our kit includes specially designed 3D-printed parts that seamlessly integrate with the wooden structure, bringing a modern twist to traditional craftsmanship. Watch your drag car come to life with precision-engineered 3D-printed details!
  3. STEM Educational Adventure: Dive into the world of STEM education as you build and customize your drag car. Learn about aerodynamics, engineering, and the power of design as you assemble each piece. The kit includes an engaging guide that introduces young minds to the principles of science, technology, engineering, and math in a fun and interactive way.
  4. Customization Galore: Fuel creativity by personalizing your drag car! With easy-to-follow instructions and interchangeable 3D-printed components, young builders can experiment with different designs, colors, and even add their unique flair to the drag car. It’s not just a toy; it’s a canvas for imagination!

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Unleash the thrill of speed and engineering with our DIY Drag Car Kit, where classic craftsmanship meets cutting-edge technology! Introducing the Wooden Wonders Drag Car, a one-of-a-kind toy that blends the warmth of wooden craftsmanship with the precision of 3D printing, all while making STEM education an exhilarating experience for young minds.


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Code Guide

  1. When the program starts, the robot moves forward with the gripper open. (Going to collect object)
  2. When the hand is placed above IR sensor robot must stop and close the gripper. (Collecting object)
  3. When the hand is raised again robot moves forward with the closed gripper. (Moving with collected object)
  4. When the hand is placed above the IR sensor again, the robot stops and opens the gripper. (Dropping object)
  5. Return to 1.

on start
    close gripper


    read IR sensor value

    if IR == LOW

turn off motors

if gripper is open
close griper
else if gripper is closed
open gripper

wait 3 seconds


turn on motors

end if;

end loop;