pic: Capping 177

Im not evan, but can answer the question just as well… at the front of the robot we have a knurrled roller thats about 12 inches off the ground, it runs the full width of the robot (about 2.5 balls worth)… The roller is run by a globe motor that has had one set of planetary gears taken out to give us the speed and power that we wanted. The motor is actually anchored inside of the roller so it gives us a direct drive with no loss of power, but at the same time doesnt take up much additional space. In the hopper itself there is a conveyor made of polycord which is run by a geared vandoor motor to keep the balls from jamming… This system results in excellent performance picking up and delivering the balls