Monthly Archives: December 2011


5 members held a meeting. Work was done on the ball harvester and the arm. We got the servos on the longer arm corrected. We also worked with chains. More work is needed to be done before anything will be … Continue reading

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Hello! We just made a YouTube Channel and added our first video.  

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In the news

At the December 17th event, a reporter came and wrote a story about it. See it HERE! In addition to this, our school’s website has made a posting about us. See it HERE!

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3 members met after school. Our mechanisms head worked on the ball harvester and investigated options for geared drive. Our drive train team worked on the crate arm and attempted to add an aditional servo. It was almost successful!

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We had a workshop at school with another local team. We got some work done on the arm and ball harvester. It was a long day but despite the craziness, I think it was successful! (See the story and video … Continue reading

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We got to work and our new member went to his first meeting. The mechanisms team continued on their ball harvester. The drive train team made alterations to the temporary arm. We learned how the longer arm puts more force … Continue reading

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Today the team went to a scrimmage. IT WAS AWESOME. 🙂 But really, it was such a great time. We got to see what it was like with other teams and how the game works. We attached a temporary arm … Continue reading

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3 team members met after school. We got to work on our basic drive train some more in preparation for Saturday’s scrimmage.

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5 members had a weekend meeting at the school. It was time well used! We even got a first prototype of Anakin Skyroller built. This bot features 3 pairs of drive wheels (not pictured) and one pair of omni wheels. We … Continue reading

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4 members met after school. Some other kids even stopped by and expressed interest in joining! We worked on mechanisms and what size to build our drive train. We also got approval on our team logo! WE ARE THE BIONIC … Continue reading

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