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Novi Presentation :: Robot Building Best Practices

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<b>Presenter:</b> Michael Ciavaglia<br />
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<b>Title:</b> Robot Building Best Practices<br />
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<i>Novi Kickoff - January 5, 2002</i>

by: archiver

01-14-2002 09:43 PM

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12-24-2002 12:09 AM

Scoring/Strategy Program

This is a program developed by Team 624 that not only keeps score during a match, but also visually suggests actions to the alliance drivers to maximize QP's. There are several stages invoked by the time interval (see tutorial.html that is included in the zip file), which can be overridden in real ...

by: archiver

03-28-2002 11:25 PM

Graphical Palm Scoring Program

This is a program written for the Palm platform that presents a graphical representation of the playing field and allows those elements to be moved while automatically generating a score. <br />
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* The program can display the raw score or the qualifying score <br />
* The program also has a &quot;trace&quot;...

by: archiver

04-10-2002 09:46 PM

FIRST Awards History from 1998 to 2002

This spreadsheet includes information about all of the award winners from every FIRST event from 1998 to 2002.

by: archiver

04-10-2002 01:57 PM

Competition score/rank tracker

An excel sheet that allows you to input team numbers for a match, mathc scores, and whether or not either aliance was disqualified. It returns (once you customize it for your team) your rank and total qualifying points. It also returns the rank of all other teams. Presently, it has no support for...

by: archiver

01-06-2003 09:20 PM

Scoriong Excel sheet that you can stand to look at

This is a better/more clear excel sheet to compute scores (at least, I think it's better <img src="/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smilie" class="inlineimg" />.

by: archiver

01-06-2003 09:21 PM

The BASICS of PBASIC: A Manual for FIRST Robotics Programmers

This is a compilation of the tactics I learned as a programmer for Team 225, the York High Bearcats, of York, PA. I am now attending Drexel University on a FIRST scholarship, so I felt the need to preserve what I gained from the program and pass it on to the new generation of FIRST programmers. Co...

by: archiver

01-07-2003 03:40 PM

Team 159 program 1.0 - OUT OF DATE

This is team 159's code for this years robot. It includes a fully functioning translational drive code with inverse trig approximations. It also includes the code for moving an arm. This code is a 1.0 beta version, since it has not been tested on any robot, and roboemu currently doesn't support ...

by: archiver

01-24-2003 08:39 PM

Palm Scoring Program-Stack Attack

This year's attempt at a scoring program for your Palm OS compatable handheld.<br />
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Not quite the same flavor as what I did last year. (Maybe later). It's presented in a format such that hitting a few buttons increments/decrements the number of stacks &amp; bins to compute an overall score. (Robots...

by: archiver

03-05-2003 10:37 PM

WRRF updated motor selection lecture notes

There are some great presentation in this white paper section, so this &quot;lecture notes&quot; is really just detailed description of the same topic as those presentation by Joe J. and Mike C. (who taught me a great deal about this subject)<br />
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It is pdf format, so everyone is welcome to download t...

by: archiver

06-19-2003 05:24 AM

Pinnouts for new Joystick

Attached is a File pictorial for the new Joystick.<br />
The large center button sends different OHM values for its 5 potential positions, and it is connected to the same pin numbers as the P1_wheel was last year.<br />
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This is in answer to my question:<br />
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1) Is there any electrical information on the p...

by: archiver

02-02-2004 09:03 AM

Robot Weight Calculator

A crude and simplistic spread sheet which allows teams to quickly estimate their robot's weight. Just enter a quantity in the INSTALLED column and the spreadsheet will calculate the approximate weight of all of your robot's subsystems and overall weight.

by: archiver

03-01-2004 05:00 PM

FIRST Community Paper

This paper is an essay I wrote for my college english class. The topic is our ideas on community, so naturally I wrote about FIRST- the best example I know. Let me know what you think. Thanks!

by: archiver

04-18-2004 01:58 AM

Team 571 Battery Cabinet V0.3

Instructions for building a battery changer cabinet. Cabinets holds up to 6 batteries and chargers and has optional panel meters to monitor the health of each battery and a battery load tester.

by: archiver

05-24-2004 05:16 PM

How to Choose Appropriate Building Materials [rev. 1]

This paper provides simulated test data on different materials and material shapes that are held Cantilevered and Simply Supported.

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10-23-2004 03:32 PM

First Meeting

A portion of team 417's &quot;First Meeting&quot; presentation, covering fundraising and team organization.

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10-09-2005 06:43 PM

Team 1676 Varsity Letter Proposition

This was our team's letter to the principals of both our schools. We attempted to gain recognition as a sports team. So far, we have gotten nowhere as both principals believe we are not a sports team or athletic team. Take a look at it and model your proposition after it!

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02-11-2006 11:40 PM

Shooting for FIRST

Some calculations of the kinematics of the ball's trajectory.

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02-16-2006 02:57 PM

Team 245 Match Scouting Sheet

This is an edited version of a sheet that was posted earlier (thanks to Steve Howland of 571). We will be using it at out competitions in Ypsilanti and Sacramento. Any comments, edits, or revisions are welcome.<br />
Similar to Steve's comments regarding the overload of scouters during matches, we have ...

by: archiver

03-06-2006 08:36 PM

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