Dual ball intake from the sides?
Ah, you can tell Nick designed that frame.
Wait… you mean everyone’s frame isn’t in two pieces like that? hmm… :ahh:
Looks like a magic trick gone wrong?
Im guessing you gonna attach those two.lawl, well good luck :o
Horrible Sawzall accident?:eek:
That’s one way to lighten a robot…
How? I might not have gotten an A+ in math, but I’m fairly sure 1/3 of a robot + 2/3 of a robot is still 121 pounds.
Is there something wrong with that design? It has several advantages which are yet to be unveiled.
There’s no way you’re going to be able to comply with the bumper rules on that
I think this is a test of a spacial-temporal shifter which moves the robot into a parallel dimension which has more traction, so they can more easily approach opponent robots, then shift back into this dimension and deliver the balls.
On the other hand, that would be illegal, because the robot can’t go out of its starting dimension (ba dum $@#$@#$@#$@#$@#!)
I think so, i think someone felt like killing the frame. OH NO :ahh:
See those empty spots? That’s where the green fence will be placed.
Dont tell me you guys cutt the table too?? Haha well, I’m pretty sure this is illegal, since the dragging frame is a way of gaining traction!!!
Well its good to see the Green Reapers off to a good start this year! See you guys at GSR!!
We didn’t cut the table this time. A few years ago I asked a student to find a piece of wood in the back room and he ended up cutting off one of the cross braces on the table when I was in the other room. Now I am more specific when I ask for things like that.
Thanks! Actually, we’ll be at the Boston Regional though
Who did that?
i don’t remember WHO diid it, but i remember it happening…nothing was as good as the wood putty thing, though