Ever thought if those unused, auxiliary materials that lounge around could be utilized thoroughly for something better? If not, then here’s something that might edify you to do so. Some creative engineers at Dyson’s UK office recently used spare vacuum parts from around the factory to devise sublime toy race cars.
Interestingly, Dyson engineers were given a week or so to design vehicles made solely from Sir James Dyson unutilized, additional parts and then race their hodgepodge creations. If some resulted into prototype looking toy cars and makeshift go-carts, so others resulted into unique looking models. However, the toy race cars made from spare parts were fueled by the power they could extract from a handheld vacuum.
Although bringing leftover parts into usage isn’t that facile, the process nonetheless can open up several further possibilities. But to notify, this is not for the very first time when James Dyson employees have had participated in such competitions and used the company’s hardware. If you remember, the employees at Dyson UK office had also devised a hot air balloon using a Dyson fan heater (somewhere during the initial months of this year).