A.R.M.A.B.

ASSOCIATION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A REPLICA OF THE MANCELLE AUTOMOBILE OF AMEDEE ERNEST BOLLEE


Some citizens of the Council of Elders of Le Mans city were willing to highlight the memory of the Bollee family. These brilliant engineers and manufacturers deserve indeed more than an avenue, a stadium, a name on a tramway and a statue on Général Leclerc Avenue.

 

The objective of the association is to "build a replica of the Mancelle automobile with the support of new technologies (such as electric engines, CNC) so as to use it for tourism and promotional operations of Le Mans City." By enhancing its industrial heritage,this project would contribute to bolstering the prestige of the city of Le Mans, by : 

  • HIGHLIGHTING its industrial heritage.
  • DARING to take up the challenge.
  • INNOVATING with new technologies.
  • CONTRIBUTING to  ENHANCING THE IMAGE  of the city. 

In 2019, we wish to involve young people attending technical training in some institutions of the Sarthe department (university, IUT - (University Technology Institute) -, engineering schools, high schools), industrial players and local and regional authorities.

 


 

 

Extracts from a study

 

by the Institute of

 

Technology,

 

University of the Mans 

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THE NEXT STAGES OF THE PROJECT 

 

  • In April, launch of the construction of the chassis by Claude CHAPPE school  >> pics <<

  •  Le April 5, in the afternoon, project presentation by two professional Bachelor’s Degree students: transfer of the scanned data into the Solid Works software.
  • From  April 16 to June 22, internship at ßeta Ɛpsilon of a 2nd year student of  DUT (university-level degree in technology). The internship will be aimed at achieving the technical documentation of the transfer and installation of the electric engine on the chassis made at the vocational high school Claude Chappe.
  • On April 26, journey of the ARMAB members at the COMPIEGNE Museum to carry out technical statements on the "Mancelle".