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  • The [http://www.dasd.org Downingtown Area School District] has been a long-time supporter of the robotics program in the district schools. The former supe
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  • ...ckon High School (November 5, 2005). We accomplished this on a very short time frame and with a very limited budget. Our team coach, Mr. Paul Sabatino, h ...est levels of technical and organizational excellence – and have a great time doing it!
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  • This year, for the first time in our Team’s history, our Robot was by-in-large designed prior to buildi ...sist to the operator as much as possible. The base was tank drive, a long time favorite of Downingtown Area Robotics drivers. The fork-lift-catapult syst
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  • ...ned using [[CAD]] (Autodesk Inventor) before being built. This and a real-time Bill-of Materials meant that mass management was a continuous process there ...carefully this year. A detailed Bill-of-Materials was maintained in real-time as part of the design effort. This BoM included weights and costs of all p
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  • ...ting direction. The beater bar can be run in reverse to clear jams at any time. ...ar is disabled. The beater bar can be run in reverse to clear jams at any time.
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  • ...outreach projects, and debuted DAR’s new website in public for the first time. Eight FRC and FTC students set up a display table, including a CVT swerve
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  • .... Working on autonomous gear placement. We spent a great deal of quality time on the IRI practice field.
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  • ...s. They must pass the same tests but generally meet only half the practice time. However, the base Driver(s) also drive regularly to help the primary drive Event volunteers may not spend all their time with our team, but they contribute greatly to the event to benefit all team
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  • You can see the mentors that gave a huge amount of time and effort for our past robots by clicking the links below:
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  • ...ted the third-class pneumatic lever for its range, speed, and short reload time. <br>
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  • ...provides the team with their stable for our Build work & we move a second time
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  • ...ter link clip was put on outside of chains. This would catch from time-to-time on the rim of the performance wheel and we'd lose the chain. With one chai
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  • ...allenge for your robot skills. Want to prove you can do two things at one time?
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  • ...ld, turn that into directions, and communicate that to the drivers in real time ...really be skilled with it. Make sure their schedules are clear around the time of the competition. In an ideal world I was our top driver, but I had 2 oth
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  • ...them back with experiences and life skills that will last them for a life time. ...leap of faith, extend and expand their original limited commitment to more time and more money, a personal commitment that never seems to end. We ask them
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  • '''Murph''' served as shooter operator for the first time in competition. She was great.
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  • ...e? A robot with an unreliable drive-train spends a lot of very embarasing time sitting still in competition. Been there. Done that.
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  • ...and actually make mechanical changes. This saved us hours of disassembly time and was a factor in design "awww just get a SFO" to fix poor design plans. ...this universe. In most cases, she could produce parts off of drawings. On time, on spec, one pass! She is also an artist with paint and brush. She painte
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  • Image:DB5_Chesapeake_pit_action_090321_csm.jpg|Pit Action (about time) - Matt, Heather, Alex & Clem McKown
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  • ...sign needs to take into consideration how many motors will run at the same time.
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  • ...in makes us do this. This is an inefficient means of steering. It wastes time.
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  • The team spends a great deal of time in the off season building and testing prototype drive elements.
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  • What takes the huge amount of time is to incorporate a wide variety of sensors and use that information intell ...high pressure environment with changing requirements and an ever shrinking time window for testing.
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  • ..._on_robot_090209_csm_1.jpg|Siri & Heather install the hopper for the first time on the robot (it'll come off soon)
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  • Safety is the #1 though in everything we do. Every time we cut, drill, file, shape, weld, sand, paint, and assemble any part of the Every time we move materials, parts, field elements and the robot we do it safely.
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  • Both students and mentors may belong to more than one team at a time.
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  • It's programming time. 'Nuf said.
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  • This year, for the first time, Team 1640 will compete in the Championship Competition in Saint Louis. We had a great time at the [[Souderton VEXperiment 2011]]. Lots of great action, the VEXMEM wo
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  • ...d (and free) hosting provider (Viziweb) went down twice in July, the first time for 9 days; a brief return of service; then another 2 days down.
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  • ===Build - time runs out at DEHS=== ===Build - a time of wandering===
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  • ...Drexel was our second DEWOBT IV competition. It was also the team's first time participating in eliminations at an official competition. We joined the 3rd
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  • ...ition was dominated by serious mechanical difficulties and a great deal of time spent in maintenance.
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  • Our first time at Monty Madness.
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  • ...trigger the "Catch" state, grabbing the ball. This worked about half the time in game play, it would miss if the front of a fork moved the ball before it
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  • ...l Center]]. Team 1640 was fortunately meeting in the building at the same time (Uncrating Dewbot) and were able to give a robot demonstration during lunch
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  • ...sure that the spaces are requested before they are used (all the 2009-2010 time has been requested)
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  • ...ober 14:''Grippers and grabbers'' now that our drive trains are done, it's time to think about how to grab and move items (like the balls in ''Clean Sweep' ;I can only come for part of the time, is that OK? What happens if I miss a session?
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  • ...ift them. The cycle time of the eccentric roller is the Globe Motor cycle time (0.74 s unloaded). Any balls only partially in the tower are pushed in by ...ops controlled the feed to the shooter and kept that feed to one Ball at a time.
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  • ::The kids had a great time, learned alot, and placed well. Awesome job Maglev Movers!
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  • ...Finger Lakes are already closed. Long Island is not an alternative (same time as Drexel).
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  • '''Saturday November 14''' We had a great time on Saturday playing a series of games with Girl Scouts from Montgomery Coun
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  • ...with the programming team's access to the chassis. Thia was a phenomenal time-management tool during the build season, but turned out to be a life-saver ...impossible task of designing, building and testing a robot in such a short time frame. Associated with each weeks build are pictures showing happy (and to
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  • :*It's all about kicker momentum at the time/point of impact ...ped the most. Everything was cut, crimped, labeled and attached in record time.
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  • ...he retraction, to conserve on air), retracting the Cocking Arm at the same time. The Kicker remains in the tensioned position due to the Latch. ...g was key for accurate and rapid scoring. It would allow us to spend less time lining up the robot to the ball and to the goal, and make it so we just hav
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  • ...o very much do not like staying even a little discharged for any length of time. A week at 50% discharge will cause measurable damage. So, recharge the bat
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  • ...ete for FIRST's highest award. We did not win, the winning team was a two time Chairman's winner. ...the field. We were not chosen for the final alliances, but we did use the time to allow the programming team to work on the robot.
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  • ...all of us, in fact), talked, and generally made merry. Thanks for a great time, Team 433! Image:DB6_Drexel_hudle_100327_csm.jpg|Team discussion during time-out
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  • Student Lead: They all lead at some time.
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  • ...l Team with a development & construction platform at the earliest possible time (before the Chassis is complete) and enable Chassis development (especially
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  • '''Issue 4:''' IR sensor takes time to settle & can spike above threshold during this period. This can kick the :Sol'n: time heals all wounds?<br>
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  • ...en pin, strip, crimp and insert a new pin. 3 cents in parts, 5 minutes of time to repair a $20 motor! A big win for everyone!! ...alled and the final connections were made to the motors. Total connection time was less than an hour. This is a great sign that we can make major repairs
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  • We ''never'' scored three balls in that time, in fact we only scored two the entire competition. Matches do often come d ...core a single goal by kicking, and only two by herding--both just one at a time, despite having three balls in front of us at one point. Most opposing robo
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  • ...of our mentors has an newborn robototeer at home, this may limit how much time he can spend. We also have 4 mentors for 50 robototeers, we could use the
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  • ...''. – Our official meeting night is Wednesday 6:30-8:30. With the short time between January 6 and when we go to Dock’Bot two weeks later, the VEX rob ...ial night is Wednesday night. If team members want to come to an optional time and work on the robot they can. Roboteers should use the robot workshop d
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  • ...With the gift basket raffle we collected over $1000. Everyone had a great time and we look forward to doing it next year!
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  • {[(I)]}will be dealt with over a period of time
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  • Image:DB6_on_its_feet_100203_csm.jpg|DEWBOT VI on its feet for the first time
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  • 2) What time of day '''On a Friday around 6-11 or something around that'''
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  • ...tbots and some sqaure bots. About 100 Lego Roboteers drove and had a great time. Thanks to Mike M for spending the day helping spread the word about VEX.
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  • '''Funding''' We are having a tough time with sponsorship funding this year, if you know anyone that would be willin
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  • '''Funding''' We are having a tough time with sponsorship funding this year, if you know anyone that would be willin
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  • ...a team of 30 students and 15 mentors with 3 alumni mentors. At the same time our engineering skills have increased. Our robots have gone from unassumin ...nd 5 off-season events. This year our robot construction has completed in time for us to attend a pre-season event!
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  • ...ome big shot full time robotics engineer, then you use these words all the time!)
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  • ...0 Build Season, Team 1640 designed and fabricated a ''proxy chassis'' as a time-management tool. The ''proxy chassis'' duplicated the key geometry and con ...al robot chassis over to the Programming and Field sub-teams to allow them time to work uninterrupted, while the mechanical sub-team focused on making the
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  • ..., but look back at it with fondness knowing that wouldn't have traded that time for anything. :I considered mentoring as a high school senior, and at the time thought 'you know, I should probably take at least freshman year off from F
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  • The crab can scoot in any direction at any time to get itself out of tight spots - and that's our 'bot - innovative, state-
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  • '''Funding''' We are having a tough time with sponsorship funding this year, if you know anyone that would be willin
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  • ...earned from physics and math in a hands-on manner. We had to cultivate our time management skills to balance demanding schedules. We can utilize these new ...ual variety show. Our principals saw the fruits of our labor for the first time. They seemed to be proud of our accomplishments.
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  • Image:VEX_DEC_Event_partys_over_100313_csm.jpg|The party's over - time to clean up
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  • ...ice matches + practice field time worth of wear (about 90 minutes of drive time). The other three treads were not replaced at Drexel. *Wheel #4 does not calibrate correctly zz% of the time in the aa version of the calibration code. It is the only wheel with this p
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  • ###We do things as a team - up and out on time
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  • ...ge will be applied in the future and will be retrofit to current pivots as time allows.<br>
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  • ...without problems. I suspect the charger; although the charging cycle and time for this battery appeared normal, the subsequent battery put on this charge ...erfinal (probably a casualty of the battery problem). Did not replace (no time). This caused steering issues in the quarterfinals, in combination with Pro
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  • ...icates that she can correct via calibration, but this wastes valuable game time.
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  • :* For the first time, team 1640 built two robots: ''Prime'' and ''Deux''. ''Prime'' goes to the ...ed in the [[DEWBOT VII FRC Championship | FRC Championship]] for the first time as a team.
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  • ...ther new boy and started a beginning class on the spot. This was the first time I witnessed his teaching in action. By the end of the night nerves were gon ...and was again amazed by the passion they had for teaching. They took the time to show us how to build & program robots and also how to engage and inspire
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  • The media team is small at 2-3 people working at any one time. Like the other teams they need desk space, internet access and power.
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  • ...plates of the pivot had to be removed to change the treads. This is a very time consuming process. Also, there is the chance to incorrectly assemble the pi ...e often. Changing treads in the heat of competition is not desirable. Some time in October after input from many team members, we came up with bonding a bi
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  • ...s repaired and on the field. The robots were moving the entire 2 1/2 hour time we were there.
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  • ...ce skills ranging from mechanical fabrication to computer programming, and time management to leadership. Inventor and entrepreneur [http://usfirst.org/abo *'''''Employ''''' teamwork, leadership, time management, sportsmanship & problem solving
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  • :Work was completed on 19-June, just in time for the [[Upper Uwchlan Block Party]]. ...ools and machinery. I picked up six sturdy work benches for our remaining time in DEC and of course our new home. Glick has a wide selection aluminum, st
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  • ...s clutch''. This would continue to apply pinching force while at the same time avoiding motor stall, motor burn-out, excessive battery drain, and polycord :''Tempus fugit!.'' Only a week and a bit before IRI! Time to finish our work and test it all out.
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  • ...), wheels (calibration/angles in autonomous), etc? What (processing power, time, etc) does this take?<br>
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  • .... On the rather less elevated side, we often had plenty work to do in that time. ...eed to repair or replace that--sooner rather than later (though we'll have time enough after IRI). Secondary issue: we don't know what the diagnostic error
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  • :This time good driving wasn't quite enough. Though to be fair, a working possessor pr ...perating, Carly coaching, and Clem and Rita as human players. Still, a fun time by all.
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  • ...wonderful Jane Young, Alan, Andy and Mark of AndyMark fame and spent some time talking to Ed from Rochester. Rizzo met most of the judging staff and swapp ...-and-greet. I felt ''very'' (no, ''very'') young, but it was still a great time. The "Hi, I'm...on CD" and non-rocket science NEMO buttons were a good conv
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  • ...ain contact and are responsible for the project/milestone's quality and on-time completion. Add your name and/or contact the supervisor to volunteer as a c
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  • ...ain contact and are responsible for the project/milestone's quality and on-time completion. Add your name and/or contact the supervisor to volunteer as a c
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  • ...t charging (unplugged), and dead batteries to be easily identified (target time: 5 seconds, marginal: 20 seconds)
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  • ...lace the robot safely within 10 seconds (marginal: 15 seconds or 3 people, time starts from robot held above the cart)
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  • *Contribute as much or as little time as you’d like '''Time:''' 6:30-8:30PM Wednesdays throughout the year<br>
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  • :On the way home, we continued an ancient and time-honored team tradition by spending the morning of Sunday, 20-July at the [h ...enjoy some sunshine and play with some younger Chester Countians. A good time was had by all.
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  • ...Salem Community College, Carney's Point, NJ. Sab-BOT-age's 4<sup>th</sup> time participating at Duel on the Delaware. First "official" FRC competition fo ...the start of DEWBOT's first three qualifying matches approximately was on-time.
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  • ...as the first outing. For most of the people there it was also their first time at a VEX event. A number of our veteran parents volunteered to do scoring
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  • ...junction. We replaced the failed pivot (with our last spare), but not in time for the 2<sup>nd</sup> playoff match. :Our spare pivot was not kept up-ta-date and ready-to-use. This cost us time (although it is doubtful that replacement would have been fast enough even
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  • * The VEX team - 103 roboteers, 14 robots, 2 full time playing fields (shown is a playing field and 24 transmitters ready for test
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  • :FRC - Need to make sure everyone is working the whole time, every time :More lead time, get DASD & local government there<br><br>
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  • ...pits to talk to the teams and I want to say thanks for everyone that took time to talk to them.
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  • The primary factor affecting climb time is minibot mass. No big surprise here. The lighter, the faster.<br> ...imizing wheel diameter/gear ratio can cut tenths of a second off the climb time.<br>
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  • ...to a team of 20 students and 15 mentors with 3 alumni mentors. At the same time, our engineering skills have increased. Our robots have gone from unassumin ...and 5 off-season events. Last year our robot construction was completed in time for us to attend a pre-season event!
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