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Mike Schreiber
Yesterday 11:15 PM
Team 5818 Differential Swerve Drive
1) Yes. And less weight from motors that aren't putting power to the ground. 2) If you are stationary or moving slow, your motors have lots of torque available since they're at low speed. If you are...
(3,367 views, 34 replies)
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marshall
Yesterday 09:59 PM
The Zebracorns are Looking for Mentors
I believe the new GDPR restrictions might prevent us from tunneling cookies.
(812 views, 19 replies)
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philso
Yesterday 09:02 PM
pic: baby bot v2 final
Or lift just the battery...
(841 views, 9 replies)
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marshall
Yesterday 08:50 PM
A Second Year of TIGER
Wooooooo! A big thank you to all of our awesome TA students for this summer! Good work!
(200 views, 1 replies)
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fargus111111111
Yesterday 08:49 PM
Team Name Mishaps
Since this thread seems to have evolved into history here's one for you. The first 2 years of 343's existence we were called HCCOP (pronounced like the funny sounding bodily function that there are...
(8,553 views, 117 replies)
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Landon K
Yesterday 08:41 PM
Synthesis: An Autodesk Technology - Version 4.2.0.0 and Promo Video
Looks like a great tool to let the drivers get to know the robot pre-competition season. I'll give it a go, thank you!
(262 views, 2 replies)
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fargus111111111
Yesterday 08:17 PM
Rubber Belting
In all seriousness though, 343 has used the round poly-cord belts (which is the same material, different shape) many times for intakes and frequently used PVC pipe with tape or wheel rubber material...
(2,110 views, 34 replies)
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Jared Russell
Yesterday 07:52 PM
Team 254 Presents: Lockdown Technical Binder 2018
We mount our drive encoders directly to one of the wheel shafts, so this doesn't effect the accuracy of our odometry. There is a similar amount of backlash in our drive (much of which comes from the...
(17,302 views, 83 replies)
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Tyler Olds
Yesterday 05:31 PM
Robots @ CNE Webcast Info
Catch the Robots @ CNE event Friday-Sunday at https://www.twitch.tv/firstupdatesnow or https://www.thebluealliance. com/watch/fun
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Lil' Lavery
Yesterday 04:35 PM
Metal Frame Mecanum Wheels
AndyMark has never manufactured a mecanum wheel that is 2" wide with 8" diameter. The older variants of AM mecanum wheels are 2.93" wide and are no longer in production.
(249 views, 4 replies)
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Steven Smith
Yesterday 03:25 PM
Powder Coat oven setup
Yup, that's along the lines of what I was thinking, maybe even line the inside to make it look a little cleaner with or without a second skin of metal between it and the parts. Thanks for the tip.
(2,024 views, 24 replies)
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AceOfSpades0
Yesterday 02:28 PM
[FF]: 2019 Season Long Fantasy FIRST
1. Falcon (EricH) 2. 1.21 GW (Hailey.faiella, SnapDragon, thefoxisloose, AltSudo, Attention) 3. Questionable Decisionmakers (Brian Maher, TDav540, saikiranra, Kellen Hill) 4. The Breakfast Company...
(1,316 views, 25 replies)
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ATannahill
Yesterday 02:04 PM
M.A.R.C.
I signed up to volunteer, should I have gotten something yet?
(977 views, 2 replies)
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JDeal613
Yesterday 12:33 PM
Using Static Library With GradleRio
This year my team has decided to make the switch from Java to C++ so over the summer I've been rewriting our utility library. When manually compiling and linking it works fine, however, I can not get...
(88 views, 0 replies)
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21brownz
Yesterday 12:17 PM
Vex Configurable Parts in Onshape!
Looks like I'm switching to onshape ;)
(722 views, 8 replies)
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Lil' Lavery
Yesterday 11:11 AM
Need Your Input -- FRC Prediction Competition Website
People write prediction articles for the Blog that tie into event predictions. Team numbers link to mentions in prediction articles. etc.
(943 views, 16 replies)
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Gdeaver
Yesterday 10:50 AM
Swerve drive cost
The cost of a swerve design project can be at least double what the end cost for a competition module would be. After worlds, we started to look at a redesign of our swerve. To use classic machining...
(1,095 views, 8 replies)
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anishde
Yesterday 07:49 AM
2019 FRC events
To recap, this is a tentative regional schedule for the Northeast: Week 1 Montreal Regional (February 27 to March 2) Week 2 New York Tech Valley Regional (March 6 to March 9)
(15,909 views, 97 replies)
    
    

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