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Today 10:14 PM
6-Cube Auto Club
And in 3 seconds, no less...
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Today 10:08 PM
pic: 4587 Swerve 1.0
If I apply a sideways torque to a bearing that's sticking way out of a plate compared to one that's completely captured by the plate, it seems like the force would be more likely to crush the plate...
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Today 09:50 PM
Why I Hate Printers
I can really relate to that content. None of the printers at home have lasted a year, my laptop is still working fine, but the printer won't work.
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Today 09:46 PM
Texas State UIL Championship
Big thanks to all who attended, the event was great and everything ran very smoothly, excited to start the district model next season, it should add a lot of variety to strategy and the level of...
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Today 08:54 PM
Swerve Drive in the Real World..?
The body kit started as an artist rendering. Like I said, it had to fit around the tube space frame. Not easy since the chassis was designed to accommodate the drive system not a body. The...
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Today 08:24 PM
What COTS parts would you like to see?
OH yes, I'd be all over that. We would love to make our pit functional without having to build cases from scratch.
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Eli Doggart
Today 08:03 PM
Most unique robots/subsystems?
I think 5050 had a super cool climber, however, I didn't get too good of a look at it. it was a scissor mechanism that latched onto the bar 'like a bear trap' fairly violently and climbed with the...
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Today 07:28 PM
FRC Minecraft Server
Username : Blue_Destruction Team# 5881 Blue and Green
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Today 07:17 PM
MN State Championship 2018
I was only seeing how it compared to other DCMPS, mainly for fun. Wasnt insinuating anything if thats what youre trying to say.
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Today 07:09 PM
SnobotSim Poll and Requests
No idea what I'm doing with this, the instructions are not clear. I followed instructions for GradleRIO up to step 4, and didn't know how to continue. Running the project as a java application only...
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Today 07:03 PM
2018 Championship Userbars
From earlier in the thread:
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Today 06:49 PM
pic: Swerve Module, 2910 Off Season
I seem to have been in this thread an awful lot lately but here's one more question. Are the green objects 3D printed plastic or machined out of something else? The pulley is taking all the force...
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Today 06:06 PM
2018 in 6 words
Our robot only had a pole.
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Today 05:57 PM
Are Pathfinder paths continuous in curvature?
Discontinuous curvature causes discontinuous wheel speeds for a skid-steer robot, since the radius of curvature is proportional to (left speed + right speed)/(left speed - right speed).
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Today 04:25 PM
[FF]: [OFF] BattleCry 19 2018
Final Scores tmpoles 142 Thayer 123 BrennanB 108 KingTheFirst 106 mman1506 106 Golfer4646 103 brennonbrimhall 94 Kevin 91
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Today 03:52 PM
I want wallpapers for the 2019 game!
^^ Thanks!
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Today 03:18 PM
Cooler Master Gaming Tournament
Many school districts go well into June before letting out. Any general idea of when in June?
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Caleb Sykes
Today 02:41 PM
Best teams in each category??
1) 118 2) 254 3) 525 4) 624 5) 1114 6) 1678 7) 2056 8) 4488 9) 5172 10) 971
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Mads Eskildsen
Today 02:21 PM
My First Swerve (Feedback Wanted)
I've started to design a swerve at least five times, I finally completed one (in CAD). I have the rotating module set up with a ring gear inside it it which will be driven by by a bag motor for...
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Today 01:49 PM
Machining Circular Parts (Gears/Sprockets/etc)
I have made a lot of #25 and #35 chain sprockets on CNC routers. You need to have a flat sacrifice table that is a known depth so you can machine the web thickness down correctly.
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