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Team 971's CAD Archive Release

Team 971 is releasing our CAD files for our robots going back to 2007 (the first year we designed with CAD). You can find our robots and what associated information we have collected about them on our website at:

http://frc971.org/cad

If you have any questions, you can post them here or contact our team via http://frc971.org/contact.
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This is fantastic. Thank you so much.
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Today is a good day.
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Today is a good day.
Agreed. I love seeing world class teams like 118, 1114, 67, and now 971 releasing CAD models. Not only is it something that is great to geek out over, but I think anyone that takes the time to look into these models stands to learn something new about design or CAD in general.
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Re: Team 971's CAD Archive Release

All,
Here's a direct link to this year's technical document as well. We will post past year's technical information as well. You can access the technical information through the CAD model page. We're in the process of adding all the information from past years.

http://frc971.org/files/TechnicalDocument-971-2014.pdf

Feel free to ask any questions.
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Here's a direct link to this year's technical document as well. We will post past year's technical information as well. You can access the technical information through the CAD model page. We're in the process of adding all the information from past years.

http://frc971.org/files/TechnicalDocument-971-2014.pdf

Feel free to ask any questions.
Page not found error?
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Page not found error?
It worked 2 minutes ago. I'll grab a good link and post it.

Edit: We're editing the page. We should have a link by around tomorrow.
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How do you guys get everyone to cad at that level? Simply amazing.
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The CAD wont open on my computer. When i go to open it Solidworks crash's.
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Let me know if this link works (might be the same one, but would work now).

I'll also see about uploading to CD media, so people can find it again.

http://frc971.org/files/2014-TechnicalDocumentation.pdf
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Let me know if this link works (might be the same one, but would work now).

I'll also see about uploading to CD media, so people can find it again.

http://frc971.org/files/2014-TechnicalDocumentation.pdf
That link works, thank you all for posting this and your CAD files. They are going to be great learning tools.
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How do you guys get everyone to cad at that level? Simply amazing.
It is part of our team culture. We have traditionally been a team with some amazing sponsors, and very rudimentary tools in house. We have no choice but to detail everything out, get it right the first time, and get it drawn quickly. Sponsors need detailed models and drawings. Not seen are the detailed drawings of every part on those robots required to get the parts made. This is slowly starting to change as we get better tools in house. We've gotten good over the years at spreading the load to speed up design and maintain the high standard needed to succeed. More experienced CADers work with mentors to do the high level design and mechanism design. After that is done, it can be passed on to students at other levels who can draw axles, spacers, and add rivet holes.

The year, for example, we had the robot that we competed with essentially completely drawn, and all the major parts out to sponsors by the end of week 2. We then got 3 week turn on some of the parts, 2 week on others, and spent the last week assembling our robot. Most years, we only get a couple extra machined parts after the big run of parts.
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Let me know if this link works (might be the same one, but would work now).

I'll also see about uploading to CD media, so people can find it again.

http://frc971.org/files/2014-TechnicalDocumentation.pdf
It is best to get to the technical documentation through the download page in the original post by Travis. All of the links will be tested and correct. Individual pages might change.
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Very cool. gonna pass this to the 3309 and 3476 students.
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The CAD wont open on my computer. When i go to open it Solidworks crash's.
Sorry I missed your comment last night.

I just tried opening the 2007 Robot STEP file on a pretty slow computer and it worked for me. What file(s) did you have trouble opening? Does anyone else have this problem?
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