January 26, 2018

Today we're working to finish our autonomous code and do some maintenance on the robot, since Martin isn't here. This time we'll try and move a mobile goal into the 5 point zone, to ensure our code doesn't conflict with any other teams and 5 points scored is certainly...

January 11, 2018

Right as we were ready to complete the autonomous challenge, with all our code working, we were forced to rebuild our robot's wrist. Two of the gears were beyond the 18x18x18 limit, so now we'll have to try a different gearing to complete the challenge. It's unfortunat...

January 9, 2018

After a long winter break, our next challenge will be to run the autonomous part of the "In The Zone" challenge. We left it out before break, as people were just finalizing robot designs. We'll probably write code to stack a cone on the stationary goal, since all we ha...

December 15, 2017

Today and last class we participated in an "In The Zone"tournament along with the other teams. The event came right after our challenge Monday, so some maintenance had to be done between rounds. The cones were worth 2 points each, and mobile goals could be scored in ei...

December 11, 2017

Didn't really change too much 

December 11, 2017

So today we're changing the wheels back to the smaller ones we had before to complete the challenge, since they didn't have enough torque to turn and move past friction in the arena.  After waiting for all the other teams to go first, our first run was an 80. I went th...

December 7, 2017

So we finished the compounding gearing on the wrist, and it works very well. I'm easily able to get mobile goals with multiple cones stacked over into the scoring zones, just need to practice some more (today). We also had to reduce the driven gear's size on the main a...

December 5, 2017

After completing the last challenge, we started to finish the compound gearing on the wrist, so the robot can easily lift the mobile goals over the last bar. The next challenge is identical to the last, only now we have a minute and the scoring zones are worth 40 and 6...

December 1, 2017

Here is the largely unchanged Solidworks. 

December 1, 2017

After finishing the challenge, we're compounding our gears on the wrist to add more power to the robot. This should allow us to move mobile goals easily. We tried to do another official beforehand but I kinda failed after getting two perfect practice runs (figures). We...

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