Modeled after the shape of an eagle, the special product of an alumnus of the Faculty of Industrial Fine Arts, Hong Bang University (HCMC) is named Eagle. This is also an animal with an image that designers research and apply a lot to industrial products .
Electric bike with pivot
First of all, Pham Van Tam built the car on 3D graphics, then modeled it on clay and started making the chassis and all other details. The frame is made of steel and the bodywork is made of composite plastic. At first, he planned to use Li-ion batteries, but due to the high cost, he had to switch to a 30 V dry battery .
Eagle’s appearance is like a very strong and eye-catching sports bike . The car is for one person only due to the author’s intention to emphasize the sportiness of this product. A special feature is that the car has a shaft box, when the latch is removed, the rear wheel can be rotated to the front wheel in a double fashion, saving space when not in use .
Eagle when folded.
Eagle has a top speed of 40 km/h. Charging time about 5 hours helps the car go about 50 km until it needs to be recharged. Vehicle weight 45 kg. According to Pham Van Tam, if other materials are used, such as aluminum for the frame and Li-ion batteries instead of dry batteries, the car can be only 30 kg .
Because she has now graduated from school and went to work, the travel distance is too long (from Ho Chi Minh City to Binh Duong) so it is not convenient to use an electric bicycle made by herself, Tam sent the car back to her hometown in Ly Son (Quang Ngai). ) for a relative. Eagle is still used regularly and works well .
Frame the car.
The rotating shaft allows the bike to be folded like a normal folding bike .
Pham Van Tam is modeling on clay for the car.
The shell is then made of composite material.
The rear wheel can be folded forward, saving space when not in use.
An alumnus of Hong Bang University and a self-made car.