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Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

Team 2826 is proud to present our robot for Steamworks Mimic.



13 ft/s H-drive
Passive gear acquisition with active release
Custom 2.8:1 geared 3 wide shooter
4 fuel wide floor intake
Dual lock wrapped climber drum able to climb in ~3 seconds
70 ball capacity fuel tank


We will be competing this weekend at Central Illinois and week 7 at the new Seven Rivers Regional.

Good luck to all teams and we hope to see everyone at Championships.
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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

Are those 20T and 60T HTD pulleys on the shooter? Found some on Amazon recently that I thought of snatching up for future seasons. Otherwise, looks great!
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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

Neat!

H-Drive seems like an underutilized drive train this year. I'm surprised there aren't more teams using it.

That's a really wide shooter about how quickly can you spit fuel?
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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

Neat! It's interesting that you guys chose to use straight bevel gears for your shooter. Based on my experience and from what I've heard from other FRC teams, straight bevel gears may not be optimal for high rpm situations due to a possible loss in efficiency. From what I researched online spiral bevel gears might perform better.
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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

you dropped this

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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

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Neat! It's interesting that you guys chose to use straight bevel gears for your shooter. Based on my experience and from what I've heard from other FRC teams, straight bevel gears may not be optimal for high rpm situations due to a possible loss in efficiency. From what I researched online spiral bevel gears might perform better.
The bevel gears look like they are just part of the preliminary uptake to the shooter and not the shooter itself.
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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

Our twin!😀
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The bevel gears look like they are just part of the preliminary uptake to the shooter and not the shooter itself.
Thanks for the update. That makes a lot more sense. It seemed like there was a belt that was connecting the bevel gear to the shooter.
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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

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Neat!

H-Drive seems like an underutilized drive train this year. I'm surprised there aren't more teams using it.

That's a really wide shooter about how quickly can you spit fuel?
3196 used it successfully to win the NC District event in Greensboro.
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H-Drive seems like an underutilized drive train this year. I'm surprised there aren't more teams using it.
I'd do Mecanum over H-Drive.

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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

Looks cool and all but does 2892 know you have their red bumper set?

I can definitely see where the inspiration from this robot comes from. If it performs anything like its predecessor, you should do well
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Do you guys use tiny tubing for the entire robot, or just certain features? Any reason to use it over the thicker tubing?
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Re: Wave Robotics 2017 Robot: Mimic

After watching this robot for a few matches at CIR... It can release a FLOOD of fuel... albeit a bit too energetically right now
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After watching this robot for a few matches at CIR... It can release a FLOOD of fuel... albeit a bit too energetically right now
That sounds about right. I still remember watchung their 2014 robot launch a trackball through the low goal... pretty sure it hit the wall 15 feet back before it hit the ground.
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I'd do Mecanum over H-Drive.

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That's what we decided on this year and its proving beneficial for lining up gears as well as climbing.
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