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BumblingBuilder
Today 08:07 PM
FRCTop25 Popularity Poll Results!
unless you mean 2486, or 2648, or 2846, or any of the other combinations of even integer teams that always trip me up.
(3,089 views, 27 replies)
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EricH
Today 07:26 PM
[FRC Blog] Einstein Report Released
Use the search function for "Einstein Report". There's a more recent thread. https://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/showthread.php?t=159 415&highlight=Einste in+Report
(111,909 views, 330 replies)
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EricH
Today 07:24 PM
In-Training vs Shadowing
I've had some unofficial In-Training, and have opened up a shadow program at a local offseason for some positions. It REALLY helped when I was able to be in places I'd need to be later. I think that...
(257 views, 1 replies)
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AllenGregoryIV
Today 06:50 PM
Lone Star Central Regional 2018
Good, I was a little worried if you were planning to drive that again, thats a long drive and I'm not sure how you did the first time. Look forward to seeing you again and the team at LSC. Teams...
(342 views, 3 replies)
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rhodes
Today 06:45 PM
Best New England teams that folded
Thanks for the research and responses... Very interesting to read. I just started on Team 61.
(1,304 views, 10 replies)
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JosephC
Today 06:23 PM
[FF]: Orange County Regional 2018
COJ can't pick til TLC does :c
(852 views, 32 replies)
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wireties
Today 06:11 PM
Registration 2018
They had a new teacher/sponsor last year and one of their best years ever! The team seemed so excited in Waco. They helped 1296 with some machining work in our early years - great folks. I hope...
(60,929 views, 408 replies)
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SamcFuchs
Today 04:56 PM
pic: DataZ for FRC: Full Field View? Why not DataZ?
I don't mean to shoot you down, but most of these ideas are not yet possible with DataZ, and I don't think they'll happen this season. For the drive team ideas, it's important to remember that...
(958 views, 20 replies)
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ahartnet
Today 04:53 PM
NASA and possibly FIRST budget cuts
If you'd like an official response, or have any concern about this build season, I'd suggest having your head mentor reach out to arc-rap@mail.nasa.gov If you'd like an unofficial response - it'd...
(575 views, 3 replies)
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Oromus
Today 04:53 PM
Announcing FIRST Alliances: Creating a More Interconnected FIRST
In that example, it's partially up to you. Our goal with the site was to give your team the option to either A) contact the creators of the program and ask questions, get assistance, and/or partner...
(717 views, 5 replies)
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R.C.
Today 04:34 PM
VEXpro 2018 Product Unveil
For sure! We'll have all the products up on our site sometime today. Thanks!
(13,912 views, 70 replies)
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ijensen
Today 04:18 PM
Homemade CAD system?
to all that responded to this, I already know about commercial CAD systems, trust me, I am a fusion and solidworks fanatic. I though of this question as a way to see where I could start honing...
(423 views, 10 replies)
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MuskieProgramme
Today 04:05 PM
Robot Not Moving
Hmm... are you sure all of those objects are in your config? It's been a while since I did FTC (almost a year now), but I'm pretty sure if you try to pull something out of the hardware map that...
(254 views, 6 replies)
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Mark McLeod
Today 04:03 PM
Programming an encoder in LabVIEW?
Wrap just the Motor Set Output in a Case statement, where the button feeds the case. True, do what you have already. False, set the motor to neutral.
(302 views, 9 replies)
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BrennanB
Today 03:54 PM
[FF]: 2018 Season Long Fantasy FIRST
Oklahoma to El Paso
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marshall
Today 03:45 PM
Candidly Speaking 12/5 8:30pm EST: Supplier Ethics, CAW and more!
That nuance gets missed around here...
(9,198 views, 90 replies)
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42!
Today 03:34 PM
pic: Looking for feedback on our drivetrain
There are some important differences in how they physically work, but from a functionality viewpoint ball shifters normally shift faster. Dog shifters have been around for longer and are generally...
(1,346 views, 22 replies)
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inventor_phild
Today 03:19 PM
Autodesk and FIRST 2017
Here it is, https://www.autodesk.com/education/competitions-and-events/first/all-products Scroll to the bottom of the page for links to the downloads.
(2,984 views, 14 replies)
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GeeTwo
Today 02:57 PM
Bitcoin
Definitely concur with Ryan and others who've said not to invest anything speculative unless you can afford to lose it all. But - what do you do when you find yourself already owning something that...
(1,567 views, 69 replies)
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jkelleyrtp
Today 02:53 PM
Turret Sprockets
If you're using solidworks, you can use any gear profile generated by the toolbox library. It'll do any DP / tooth count and you can copy the teeth to make a custom part.
(1,417 views, 13 replies)

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