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ESCORPIO - BODY

Wheel axis centring

In order to identify the exact position of the wheel axis with the highest accuracy possible, and especially their direction that has to be perpendicular to the vehicle mid-axis, measuring and marking with a pencil is not enough.

 

For this high-precision operation, Escorpio has been placed on the cross-checking plane of a CNC milling machine at Evar factory, that carried on with the drilling of the holes where the axis go through the chassis, with very minimal error admitted.

Lamination

The lamination process is done manually by our team members, using the "open mold" technique; after that, the cycle of treatments on the fibers is completed in an autoclave. The manufacturing processes took place at Metal Tig factory in Castel S. Pietro (BO).

2015 Chassis

Rules introduced the obligation of front wheels steering! This forced us to design a new chassis that could contain the rotation of the wheels on the vertical axis, which causes an increase of the frontal area, from 0.35 to 0.42 square meters.

Processing upper shell

First through an orbital grinder we work on the upper shell made of carbon and on the body panels board. Then the windshield of polycarbonate is set.

Working bodyshell

Finishing bottom of the shell in carbon, the superstructure serves as a roll bar and acts as a support to create the partition between the cockpit and engine bay.

 

Full Bodyshell

Final assembly of the self-supporting body made of carbon, you can have in this picture an idea of the size of the prototype.

London 2019: 3rd place in the battery electric prototypes category.

 

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