Go to Post Every year, 118 inspires our team to dream for the stars, and land on mars. If 118 wasn't there we wouldn't be off the ground. Think about it every superstar has critics. Keep doing what you do 118. - xSAWxBLADEx [more]
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Go to Post This just in: moving sideways still a colossal waste of time. TheOtherGuy Whippet
Go to Post For some people FRC is an introduction into STEM and just a way to open someones eyes to a world they might not know exist. To other it is a lifestyle that makes crossfit look casual. IronicDeadBird cadandcookies
Go to Post Have you been formally diagnosed as a masochist, or are you just a mentor? GeeTwo cadandcookies
Go to Post They know how to make paperweights into other objects, like robot controllers. Greg McKaskle cadandcookies
Go to Post Thinking about this game within the confines of previous years will limit you. Gregor Whippet
Go to Post Thank you GDC, for keeping everyone honest! dtengineering Whippet
Go to Post This may very well be the weirdest Chief Delphi thread of all time... Ginger Power GeeTwo
Go to Post We were just going to drive our robot into the alliance station wall until the match ended, but now we might be changing up how we approach the teleop period. PayneTrain bduddy
Go to Post Rules arent built around robots. Robots are built around the rules. dodar Whippet
Go to Post Once we know how magic works it's no longer magic; it becomes science. Karthik PayneTrain
Go to Post Change your process to change your product. Justin Montois Whippet
Go to Post It's not about the equipment, it's about the program. Taylor Whippet
Go to Post If all you are is a nail, every hammer looks like a problem. Alan Anderson Whippet
Go to Post Inertia is one cruel mother. PayneTrain Whippet
Go to Post The best way to get to Einstein is to analyze the game, figure out which three robots would make up the ideal Einstein alliance, and then design, build, iterate, and polish the one that best matches your teams' capabilities. Jared Russell cadandcookies
Go to Post It's not just well and good that students are being inspired, it's the whole dang point. James1902 Alan Anderson
Go to Post The great thing about FIRST is that there actually are 3,000 ways to win. Find yours, and leverage it. Siri aryker
Go to Post Seasons are often made or broken in the first week of build season. 1114 wouldn't be repeatedly giving their strategic design seminar if it wasn't that important. Knufire Edxu
Go to Post "By three ways we may learn wisdom: first is by reflection, which is noblest; second by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience , which is the bitterest." bEdhEd Daniel_LaFleur
Go to Post You inspire your way. I'll inspire my way. Andrew Schreiber Whippet
Go to Post "The compressor is half the temperature of a toasted Subway sandwich." Ashley Hartley Grey Mann
Go to Post I'm a bit wary about playing on the new fields, however, because of the Carson/Carver/Hopper/Tesla Curse. I hear no alliance from those divisions has ever won championships. Billfred
Go to Post A video is worth 30,000 words a second. Thromgord Whippet
Go to Post There is nothing that says 'gracious professionalism' like making brunch for your opponents. Monochron EDesbiens
Go to Post Andy Baker can legally touch the Red and Blue Carpet simultaneously. Taylor Whippet
Go to Post FIRSTers in particular want very strictly delineated guidelines so that they know exactly what parameters under which they're working, except when they don't. pfreivald Collin Fultz
Go to Post Use sensors to collect data about the surrounding environment, then discard it and drive into walls. Jared Russell saikiranra
Go to Post Use sensors to collect data about the surrounding environment, then discard it and drive into walls. Jared Russell BBray_T1296
Go to Post it is actually more important to understand and be able to clearly state the question than it is to know the answers. GeeTwo Taylor
Go to Post We live for those eureka moments. Whether we win or lose competitions, it's those moments when a student's idea makes something just "click" that will stick with them and influence them to become engineers. ToddF sircedric4
Go to Post Know what really grinds my gears? Metal Shavings. Briansmithtown Whippet
Go to Post Being Wrong Late is the number one killer of FIRST aspirations. Joe Johnson Amanda Morrison
Go to Post [on practice robots:] Twice the work and twice the practice building seem to equal twice the experience so far. MrBasse Alan Anderson
Go to Post It's a shame that this is likely the year that sacred ground will be touched by that unworthy drive :rolleyes: AdamHeard dodar
Go to Post How come the dropped tool ALWAYS rolls under the exact center of the workbench? DonRotolo Whippet
Go to Post I guess Team 999 was like "Chute first, ask questions later". KPSch dodar
Go to Post Pretty sure getting a frowny face from a safety inspector means you're doing it right. Cory
Go to Post Yes, the real world is like that. Let's operate on a higher plane. Taylor Billfred
Go to Post They showed me a new item and said "we don't know how to list this on the inventory." I took one look, started laughing and said "In my world that is called a game piece, aka, a tote." RoboMom Jon K.
Go to Post Teams rarely win FIRST events because they can complete actions that nobody else can; they win because they do things faster than others. Madison cadandcookies
Go to Post We don't tell new mentors about the Mentor VIP Adults Only Lounge, you'll get your key if we approve. We have leather couches, flat screens, and free corndogs in there. Monochron aryker
Go to Post FRC isn't for every school; it takes a lot of drive just to fundraise every year. It is a premium program that requires a premium about of effort to sustain and be successful. And man is it fun to do. JesseK Whippet
Go to Post "Don't you wish your drill bit was hot like mine?" BariSaxGuy MikLast
Go to Post Friends don't let friends prototype alone. SenorZ Whippet
Go to Post Wait, that's exactly how it's supposed to work, isn't it. Well played GDC, well played. alopex_rex Whippet
Go to Post You will find we are more talkative in about 5 1/2 weeks. ;) mrnoble cadandcookies
Go to Post Should you chance it? I dunno - how much of a learning experience do you want? :) crake cadandcookies
Go to Post "If I say its name three times, will it appear in my lab?" Madison Sparkyshires
Go to Post Stacking totes on end; Gives you extra height, alas; Topples with a sneeze. BethMo Whippet
Go to Post A HUMAN PLAYER is not a ROBOT. cgmv123 RyanCahoon

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