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Team 100 unveiling

Some facts about our 2003 robot:

*2 speed, servo shiftable drive

*Speeds approx 2-4 fps in low, 8-10 fps in high

*Stacker can stack on top of one box, or lift from the bottom and
stack numerous boxes, stacker is untested at the moment.

*Stacker arms rotate from full back in the start position to approx. 60-90* in the forward position

*Arms are used to knock over the wall at start of match.

*Arms have a wingspan of approx. 7.5 feet

*window motors rotate arms

*arms can grab box in multiple orientations

*Lifter lifts to 33"

*Unique lifting mechanism hopefully prevents binding

*Arms can corrall large numbers of boxes.

*5 optical sensors sued for line tracking

*2 sensors used for an odometer to help with dead reckoning

*Weight=approx 120-125lbs

Before everyone goes crazy, yes i know the light is in a bad place, that will be taken care of, I also know we have no number plates, that is taken care of too. We have sweet laser cut orange polycarb plates with cutouts filled in with blue lasercut polycarb numbers/school names. Unfortunately I have no pics of them.

Any suggestions/comments/criticisms welcome

Gallery of 100's bot
Newest pics are at the end

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How much did you get from the settlement ?

I should sue our sensors for reckless endangerment ?

I hope you don't mind the jokes.

Anyway, that is a pretty good bot.

I like the arms. Good job.
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rather impressive odometer.

even more impressive is the usage of FIVE *choke* sensors!

eek i couldn't even figure out 3...

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