When we saw the robot flip up on the tower like that in the video we completely freaked!
this is why im glad your in Texas and im in Michigan… very nice. good luck:D
I hope to see y’all in 'lanta.
WOW, amazing that looks so sweet
Very very cool as usual.
Its a good thing there were no refs to catch the penalty at 2:29sih, though
703 from 2007 may not longer be the coolest 14 wheeled robot.
The Robowranglers are going to be quite a draw in the pit area this year - as always. It’s going to be great!
I dont think that matters.
Paul lives in Texas and last time I checked, he’s still with the ThunderChickens.
Exactly my thoughts…254/968??
So, I will take the bait.
I see you experimenting with rollers, I don’t see the ball rolling in the video when you hold it…
I didn’t see a pic of experimenting with suction (at least not obviously), but the ball is behaving like it is sucked in place.
So what are you using to hold the ball, and how did you adapt it so that you could hold the ball in place in (what looks like) the entire width of the front of your robot?
Great design. Nice work.
I dont know what to think about our robot now :yikes:
I have to agree with Kressly on this one. Sweet Jesus.
148 knows how to build their bots down there in Greenville and this year is clearly no exception. I bet this bot is quite successful this season, and guess what, rumor has it that they have improvements already planned.
Be afraid everyone, be very afraid.
Grats to everyone at RoboWranglers for putting out yet another quality bot. Everyone should strive to achieve the quality of build that 148 is known for.
sweet mother… that is very very impressive…
Excuse me while I go change my pants!
Considering 148 isn’t attending FLR does that mean 148 and 217 have twins
Naw, that would never happen.
never say never :rolleyes:
Hmmm its like I’ve already seen this robot before…Who designed these parts Paul? Because that seems very complicated for a couple of students.
If you want to call a team out at least have the guts to use your name and team number instead of a fake account.
I am in love and scared to death of that thing. Looks like it eats small children. Props for the articulating drive.
pfft…thats it? I thought you guys would come up with something a little more impressive…
Seriously though, what an impressive feat of engineering. Can you elaborate on the drive setup?