Essentially, there are two sets of belts connected to two rollers each, one set in front and one in back. Pickup, despite the appearance of not having enough clearance, works very smoothly (yes, it does squash balls somewhat) and either feeds into our hopper in the back or shoots out of the top depending on the situation.
The front rollers are powered by one CIMWalt, while the back rollers are powered by a CIMWalt and a FP Dewalt as well. We can empty our hopper in around 2 seconds.
In my opinion, one of our best features is our rotating turret with automated tracking, which is able to switch between targets that are in range and follow them accordingly. Another cute and useful function is that when a trailer is in range, the fire button lights up on the control board!