Zip a Dee Doo Dah

Q: Are students allowed to tape or glue the ping pong ball to the cable car or does it need to be removable?
A: The ping pong must be removable, students are not allowed to tape or glue the ball in place.

Zip Practice time

Q: I have signed up a practice time for “zip a dee doo dah” on March, if no one signs up, can I signup another one on Feb or April?
A: If you have already participated in an open practice and no one has signed up for a time slot 12 hours before the practice session, you may sign up for an open slot.

Zip A Dee Doo Dah

Q: The materials on the list include Tape and Glue. Would that be masking tape or scotch tape? Liquid glue or glue sticks? Or either, may change at event.

A:  We will provide scotch tape and a glue stick to each team.

Zip A Dee Do Dah materials

Q: I got the material for the event if “zip a dee doo dah”, one roll of string line and harness. There are other material listed for the event, and during the workshop, the supervisor said the quantity of those materials is limited. Do you have a list that can tell us the quantity of each material? For example, how many construction paper will be provided in the competition? Or how much tape can be used? Thank you.
A: The subset of building materials and the quantity of materials will both be unknown to the students before the competition. The students can use as much tape as they need to. 

Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah, tape?

Q: Was the tape for the Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah harness supposed to be in the bag with the line and the rest of the pieces?
A: The tape shown in the harness illustration for Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah is the flag. The flag’s purpose is to trigger the photogates on either end of the zip line during competition. The tape for the flag is not provided by WESO but any type of tape can serve this purpose if teams choose to practice with a flag.