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jtrv
Yesterday 11:09 PM
Programming languages
Hi Aaron, I'm from the Albany area, and I'm not quite sure what teams are using C++ or Python from that area. Most teams I know use Java (like 2791 or 20 or 3044 or 5881). I highly recommend you...
(191 views, 3 replies)
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dez250
Yesterday 11:08 PM
Registration 2019
Also if you keep an eye on an FRC event page on the main FIRST website, once the 1st event preference window closes and FIRST accepts the teams to those events, the list of competing teams for each...
(1,085 views, 10 replies)
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s_forbes
Yesterday 10:30 PM
Destination: Deep Space Teaser
If we get to have robots at a space station, I hope that we at least employ text to speech technology.
(8,132 views, 80 replies)
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GeeTwo
Yesterday 10:25 PM
pic: Average Travel Distance for FRC Teams to US
I wonder how deep you would have to put south champs to minimize the straight-line distances.:]
(606 views, 7 replies)
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Ankith
Yesterday 10:14 PM
Sign of Encoder Value Randomly Flips?
Hello everyone, My name is Ankith Udupa, a programmer from Frog Force 503, and we are using a versaplanetary integrated encoder in our gearbox for our elevator. We haven't had a problem with it all...
(61 views, 0 replies)
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GeeTwo
Yesterday 10:08 PM
Bumper Frames - Are They Legal?
If that 1/4" protrusion is between the frame perimeter and the inner face of the 3/4" wood, then yes, that makes perfect sense. Otherwise, it is not supported by any reasonable reading of 2018's...
(1,966 views, 50 replies)
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1margarette
Yesterday 10:05 PM
Newegg.com has been hacked
This is getting scary, no matter how much security stuff you add on the website it seems like the hackers get to bypass it easily.
(333 views, 1 replies)
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codedr
Yesterday 10:05 PM
bus error opencv on jetson tk1
A bus error would typically occur if the buffer being written to is not correctly byte aligned. The arm processor like intel doesn't like it when a 2 or 4 byte entity is written to at an odd byte...
(76 views, 1 replies)
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FrisbeeFunTime
Yesterday 09:42 PM
pic: Captain USA Update
Your spinner bar does kinda look a little strange. I'd recommend rather than having the impack face be flat liek you do now with a large lightening hole in it What I would do is get rid of lightening...
(211 views, 1 replies)
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FrisbeeFunTime
Yesterday 09:36 PM
Waterjet cutters for small FRC team.
I've also heard that they through a absolute ton of aggregate for the cutting speed/ material thickness than all other waterjets. From the whole kickstarter process I've heard a few bad things though...
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asid61
Yesterday 08:48 PM
Best bandsaw for aluminum sheet?
Bandsaws work great on any aluminum that's 1/16" or thicker. Great for FRC, and a must-have IMO. I'm sure you can cut thinner, but you need to swap the blade out for one with fine teeth. My...
(456 views, 12 replies)
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pchild
Yesterday 08:44 PM
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pchild
Yesterday 08:43 PM
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MikLast
Yesterday 05:48 PM
If You Could Choose Where the FIRST Championship Goes Next Where Would it Be?
Considering that they struggled to find a suitable venue for DCMP on the west side, I wouldnt keep your hopes up. Apparently CO would be geographically the best spot for Southchamp teams, so there...
(15,625 views, 143 replies)
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Akash Rastogi
Yesterday 05:35 PM
Status of NEMO
While nemo is now inactive, please let us know what kind of help you are looking for. Also check out The Compass Alliance as they might have info to help fill the gaps.
(333 views, 2 replies)
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Mark McLeod
Yesterday 05:05 PM
Robot Randomly Disconnects
This can be as simple as a 3rd party background task running on the PC that takes the network connection briefly. It's actually pretty common if you have 3rd party software installed that...
(727 views, 11 replies)
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cgmv123
Yesterday 03:40 PM
CD's Unofficial Caption Contest #741
Why waste all that candy when it could be part of their attire?
(196 views, 15 replies)
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gerthworm
Yesterday 03:32 PM
Use the I2C protocol on LabView
Check out the above links and see if they help - they should have a decent amount of info on "How to get started". If you're still stuck, it would be best if you could post code and/or the symptoms...
(220 views, 2 replies)
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AriMB
Yesterday 03:24 PM
Design and Communication
I already shared it privately with Andrew, but I figure I'll share it here publicly too. I was inspired by 299's Part Indexing Sheet to create my own version, better suited to the way my team...
(2,296 views, 25 replies)
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Nick_Coussens
Yesterday 02:45 PM
Driver Control Options for Swerve
Last year, we ran both field-centric translation and field-centric steering. This means that on our Logitech/XBOX controller, the left joystick controlled the translation, and if the driver pointed...
(227 views, 2 replies)

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