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Phoenix Spud
Today 06:02 AM
The Koala Foundation: Drought Appeal
You might remember a couple months ago we launched The Koala Foundation and had space themed koala apparel for purchase to support University of Tasmania Robotics after they lost everything in...
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Mike Schreiber
Today 05:22 AM
Team Name Mishaps
The HOT Team originally started as the Hyper Hex Offender Team or H2OT since in 1997 the game was played on a hexagonal field. The next year the director of the Milford Proving Grounds asked "Who are...
(7,320 views, 107 replies)
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Chief Hedgehog
Yesterday 11:26 PM
Powder Coat oven setup
Something you would like to present at JUMPSTART? I know a few teams that would be very interested!
(1,562 views, 20 replies)
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APRSho
Yesterday 11:20 PM
The official league for self-driving cars. APR.
Hi everyone, we want to make it easy for students to really embody what they’re learning. They should have access to play with cool tech without breaking the bank and squeezing a bunch of their peers...
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philso
Yesterday 11:02 PM
How do you handle travel costs?
I just starting with a new team this past week so I don't know how this part of the team works yet. For several years in the past, my wife has organized parents to cater for the swim team when they...
(1,736 views, 15 replies)
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CarlosGJ
Yesterday 10:22 PM
Alpha release of Visual Studio Code for FRC C++ and Java
It's a dark day when I have to deal with Java, but when I do, I use IntelliJ. (My team, which uses Java for the robot, also runs IntelliJ.)
(6,132 views, 80 replies)
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Landon K
Yesterday 10:16 PM
F4 CADathon 5: 1st Place - Team 62: Orbit Torque CAD Release
Amazing job Brian, can't wait to dig into it.
(303 views, 1 replies)
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prensing
Yesterday 10:13 PM
Vision on a Pi
There are much faster boards than a RPi which won't set you back the big bucks of Jetson. My team used a ODROID XU4 board this past season and were quite satisfied. The XU4 is about 3x faster than...
(965 views, 18 replies)
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Csherm
Yesterday 10:08 PM
F4 CADathon 5: 5th Place - Team 8: CADywompus CAD Release
I am pleased to present my design for the 5th Biannual F4 CADathon. I have competed in all of the previous F4 CADathons and have always had a blast. I want to thank the F4 crew, the judges, and...
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Landon K
Yesterday 09:24 PM
Team 226 CADathon Release
Team 226 placed fourth, with members from team 6090. Please ask any questions or post any comments on how we could have improved. Thanks! GradCAD Partner Space Renders
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tdogb
Yesterday 08:17 PM
Vex Configurable Parts in Onshape!
Darnit, just added configurable Versaframe to MKCad :P. Here is the link for anyone that is interested. What you guys have done is great, I will definitely be using this!!...
(613 views, 6 replies)
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jnicho15
Yesterday 07:43 PM
SOLIDWORKS CAM/CAMWorks with Mach 3
After a few meetings worth of testing, I've made a post for Mach 3 that works well for us. I had to split some lines up, add G64 to enable CV mode, and change a few other things. Here it is:...
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Tyler Olds
Yesterday 07:20 PM
CADathon Tonight 8:30pm ET $500 in prizes for viewers!
We're about to start with giveaways starting soon! Come join us: https://www.twitch.tv/firstupdatesnow
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Mark Wasserman
Yesterday 04:30 PM
Will the TalonSRX firmware work with any encoder?
We use a WAGO 233-510 mated with the AM-3495 for experiment and prototypes on our SoB (System on Board, pronounced like "Bob but with an S). The AM-3495 was designed specifically for this connector...
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GeeTwo
Yesterday 04:10 PM
Dual speed four CIM or single speed six mini CIM Drivetrain
I concur with most that packaging is not the reason to select one over the other, unless you have some stringent robot requirements. 6 minis will spread the heat load out when things are working...
(673 views, 6 replies)
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SpruceyBrucey
Yesterday 03:46 PM
2018 Solidworks Voucher
I filled out the requirements because our team doesn't really have a website or social media anymore.
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mtgrogan
Yesterday 03:15 PM
Job opportunities - Detroit Area
The HR company I work for is recruiting for both a CAE Manager and a Controller for LIFT, which is based in the Detroit area. They define themselves as “a revolutionary concept to bring government,...
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Travis Covington
Yesterday 03:13 PM
Team 254 Presents: Lockdown Technical Binder 2018
It wraps at the extents of travel. The springs compensate for the variable rope lengths.
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Citrus Dad
Yesterday 02:25 PM
Uses of the kalman filter in FRC
There's an extensive discuss of the use of Kalman filters for control in this thread: https://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showthread.php?t=165 579
(839 views, 4 replies)
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Pauline Tasci
Yesterday 02:16 PM

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