One limitation of this list is that it required these robots to either be on alliances where they made all of the stacks and caps themselves, or they were on alliances that received containers from the center in auto. Some robots, particularly tethered ramp robots, are possibly able to do this, but they’ve deferred game piece control to alliance partners for a more conservative strategy, and by design can’t have center bin autonomous modes.
For example, 5254 got extremely close to doing so at Finger Lakes, but 340 took possession of the final can of their last stack as it was safer to work in parallel than in series. They were one tote short as a result (340 caps 5 stacks). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_nJgFuGVOI
548 is capable of getting 3 5 stacks and still have 30 - 40 seconds remaining. Although the RC must be upright, 548 shows they could upright 3 RCs if needed and still have time for each of their stacks of five.
S.W.A.T. 1806 consistently was able to make three full stacks of 6 plus noodles at the Oklahoma City Regional with time to flip RC’s. 1296 The Full Metal Jackets was able to make 4 stacks of 5 with noodles, which made the finals a crazy showdown. Links to some of those matches below.