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Today 11:36 AM
Anyone use the Limelight last year?
Lots of people did buy two but every single one of them I've held/touched/attached to a Zebracorn robot, from the early betas until now has felt like a very mechanically reliable product. It...
(1,201 views, 11 replies)
Today 11:35 AM
Need Beta Testers for our Safety App
I think he was getting at the split Android/iOS development - they use different languages, thus different code bases. However, there are some common, cross-compiling frameworks out there that...
(101 views, 8 replies)
Today 11:28 AM
What’s Your FRC EDC?
I love these. It's a smart product. My favorite feature is how there's a little nub that makes the marker roll-resistant so you can set it down if you need to.
(1,542 views, 18 replies)
Today 11:03 AM
Introducing the new TubeMagic Fixturing System
We began using down spiral bits a couple years ago and they alleviate most of the lifting issues. Take faster passes (60-70) and more of them (.01 step) and you get great results.
(832 views, 10 replies)
Today 10:54 AM
New AndyMark Website
That new linking system is going to make things so much simpler! I'm working on a utility for my team (possibly will release it publicly when its ready) that includes a bunch of part numbers, having...
(6,308 views, 69 replies)
Today 10:21 AM
"The level playing field" in FIRST
I'm late to the party with this thread but every year we (Team 5401) build a regulation half-field practice field in our lab. You guys are more than welcome to come over and practice on it this...
(19,475 views, 199 replies)
Today 10:13 AM
How do you run Kickoff
We basically have everyone huddle together and watch the stream, distribute the KoP, then have every member of the team read the manual front to back. Last year, we thought about quizzing people on...
(1,169 views, 9 replies)
Today 08:31 AM
chain in tube experiences
Ty, You have been extremely lucky. To others, things move, shafts bend, chains stretch (wear if you would prefer). I am speaking from my experience of having been involved in troubleshooting...
(3,486 views, 27 replies)
Today 08:25 AM
FRC Tutorials: Lessons in mechanical, CAD, and design basics
Thanks! We do use the JVN calculator for gearing (I'll make it a bigger feature in the presentation). But I included the calculations because I figured it would be good for understanding how gearing...
(466 views, 2 replies)
Today 07:55 AM
Getting Started with Java
I started with new free course Java. I can recommend codegym https://codegym.cc/quests, as they have great interactive tutorial. The advantage here is that you'll have a Interactive walkthrough and...
(1,239 views, 10 replies)
Today 01:52 AM
pic: Aufzug Panzer II F: RGB Blue
OMAX 5555 with Tilt-a-Jet, same exact model as ours. :)
(309 views, 2 replies)
Today 12:55 AM
Build season timeline advice
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gyKHaFasl0IsxKu1bMX O55kWXKDxb0JLvDhqB_9 iMt8/edit?usp=sharing here's the link
(235 views, 1 replies)
Yesterday 10:08 PM
pic: New COTS Swerve Module
When using the recommended 21:1 VP reduction the overall steering reduction is 63:1.
(5,501 views, 30 replies)
Yesterday 09:18 PM
how to use vs code and eclipse together in 2019
Agreed! And also not "I like it better" or "I know it better." Learning new tools is useful and important! I'm actually curious to see how the freshman do with VS Code this year. They haven't used a...
(342 views, 3 replies)
Yesterday 08:21 PM
[FF]: [FFiT] Del Rio 2019
BMFC 1477 457 3997 UL 5572 5427 5892 FC 7521 7492 7750 RTC 4219 4412 5960 CN 3481 4639 3345 TTP 6800 4734 6306 TI 4063 5986 7329 TCC 1817 6377 6935
(136 views, 9 replies)
Yesterday 08:16 PM
[FF]: [FFiT] Greenville 2019
TCC 3310 6357 2583 BMFC 4587 7179 3802 UL 3005 5414 3735 FC 7708 7511 7506 RTC 3370 7535 3743 CN 3847 418 3355 TTP 6646 4295 5829 TI 2468 5431 1745
(136 views, 5 replies)
Yesterday 08:12 PM
Team 2928 pre season
Yo that's p neat so need to use screws or anything once you place it in?
(764 views, 3 replies)
Yesterday 08:06 PM
Match info from WPILib question
Also be aware that it can take some time after you boot before this information is reliable. Put something like this in your disabledPeriod: if (!haveMatchData &&...
(202 views, 5 replies)
Yesterday 06:51 PM
New Motion Sensor
Thank you very very much. This is going to be so much fun to play around with. :D
(1,180 views, 14 replies)
Yesterday 03:42 PM
FIRST Team 1296 Annual Car Raffle
there's always next year!
(1,710 views, 5 replies)