When a prototype arm ,robot, driver, and Logomotion field are in the same place, at the same time…
thanks, driver practice is always a top priority
is there no intrest in this? I was hoping to get some feedback, suggestions for improvement, a critique of our method, criticism of a constructive nature, questions or comments?
If you guys keep practicing you are looking at two top rows easily!
I would offer more, but I can’t see the top!
thanks, when its less of a prototype it will be unveiled.
It seems to be a pretty good robot. Is it driving the whole field length during the exercise, and where is it getting the tubes from?
I this a 6WD with a arm on a rotating base?
this robot in the video is our 2005 robot with our prototype end effector.
Some of the video was cut out; but what we saw took about 15 seconds per hung tube - Any thoughts on the seconds per hung tube (in traffic, but no explicit perisitent harassment) during a match?
definitely sounds like a swamp thing
cant wait to see more
Sow with the wires in the top of the video and the noise. I was thinking you had an elevator. With you proving that you have an arm. Then the wires should be for a roller type claw?
I had no idea the prototype arm worked that well, I was animating at the time. You probably should have invited me to see that :mad:
Awesome! I can’t wait to see this Swamp Thing in Florida!
A few questions:
Why did you cut the video? I am guessing that it is because you don’t have a picking up device finalized yet.
What is the ground speed of that robot (In fps if possible).
Isn’t it great not to have to worry about snow and snow days?! I wish I could have worked on the robot today!
it looks like at the end something dropped. was that a piece of your gripper?
It was the Ø2.75" end cap of the Horizontal pipe On field Dwg GE-11001 “2011 Game Field Elements.pdf”
Gorilla glue fail