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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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  • ...s and hands into designing and building a great robot. Paradoxically, the time seems both far too short and much too long. ...ibot climbs the pole with battery on-board in 4.5+ seconds - but not every time
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  • ...nibot_110122_csm.jpg|Minibot coming together for the first (or ''FIRST''?) time
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  • ...ckly, anyone can drive, uses less motors and processor, and can leave more time for working other aspects of the robot. However with this, sacrifice the ma :# The time required to change a pivot if it fails is too long. This needs to be reduc
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  • :Match 16: Regional high score 114-25 at the time with 365 and 272 (thanks guys!) against 433, 223 and 3167.<br>
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  • ...had lots of good autonomous routines and our driver skills were at an all time high. ...h captains were Downingtown's Beast, Phoenix and Lady Deathstrike. By the time alliance selection was over, all of the VEXMEN teams were on alliances.
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  • ...onable driving distance (356 mi, about 6 hours). After our 2<sup>nd</sup> time participating here, I also have to add that I enjoy the good company.
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  • ...the existing space is the ability to have playing fields available all the time. ::Minimum guaranteed time (to June 30, 2012)
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  • When we have time, we'll extend this practice to the pivots. As mentioned above, this is jus
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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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  • ...deactivating both solenoids retracts the deployment cylinder. Deployment time dropped to 0.84s (σ = 0.1s). A good start, but the need to vent retractio
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  • FRC Team 1640 (team Sab-BOT-age) competed for its second time (and 2<sup>nd</sup> consecutive year) in FRC's Championship, held in the Ed
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  • ...ot, after nearly flawless performance in the qualifying matches, took this time to become unreliable (knocked off its launch-pad due to the rough play).<br ...n enormous setback when 365's arm broke during the 2nd semifinal match. A time-out was called for repairs.<br>
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  • FRC Team 1640 (team Sab-BOT-age) competed for its first time in FRC's Championship, held in the Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis MO. 27 stu
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  • ...broken down a field since Hartford. The team worked together, had a great time, and our help was appreciated by our hosts.
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  • '''Sunday - '''Most of us arrived at the Air Force Museum in time for the first tour of the Presidential and Experimental Aircraft Hangers. ...d took notes. Very clever idea, I might even remember to do it myself next time.
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  • ::Takes time for IRS determination letter (low-end: 45 days for VEX)
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  • ...ns. While we wanted to make this year our roller claw study (for real this time), but working in a living room, finished basement, and swimming pool makes ...using LabVIEW. Those who did not program the vending machine spent their time learning some of the ins and outs of LabVIEW.
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  • ...ense of accomplishment. This is the very heart of the robotics year. The time we both live for and approach with a little dread. ...where we learn the details of the new game, and runs for 45 days, at which time the robot is [[DEWBOT_VIII_Final_Daze_Build_Season_Photo_Gallery#Tuesday_Fe
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  • ...st meeting, where a lot of new thinking emerged (not surprising, given the time to think things over). The articulated strategy emerged at the end of the
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  • :* Control & Drivetrain - Short time from autonomous start to top of ramp
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  • ...ised.jpg|450px|right|thumb]]22-October-2011. Sab-BOT-age's 5<sup>th</sup> time participating at Duel on the Delaware. Also the first FRC competition for ...have done this at Creamery. This kept us from getting on-field programming time, limiting autonomous development.
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  • This is the first time Sab-BOT-age had ever run two robots in a competition and my heartfelt thank
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  • *Let’s not waste time or force students – let the kids do what they’re interested in (find ou
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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! ...b teams. Abington Bank supplied 50 pizzas that were gobbled down at lunch time. Thanks to all the parents that drove and braved the first snowfall of the
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  • Sab-BOT-age's 4<sup>th</sup> time participating at [[DEWBOT VI Duel on the Delaware | Duel on the Delaware]]. ...ete for FIRST's highest award. We did not win, the winning team was a two time Chairman's winner.
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  • ...s and hands into designing and building a great robot. Paradoxically, the time seems both far too short and much too long. :*Prepare Bridge Manipulation appendage for test. Test, specially for time required and any impact upon landing.
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  • ...ncludes delay for specified time, shoot at specified power, move straight (time and power), crab at specified angle, and "spit out" balls; switches select
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  • ...remind team Sab-bot-age that there are only 19 days of build season left. Time to work hard, winter is wasting away. (Phil is on the left)
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  • ....jpg|Kira, Tom, Ian & Patrick D roll DEWBOT out to the field for the first time
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  • * Barrier crossing design used up a lot of brain time & fabrication time, which might have been better applied elsewhere ...sts suggest we succeeded with the second as well (but let's give this some time). The ability to adapt drive performance in software to meet game needs is
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  • With virtually no time for software & hardware testing or driver training before the robot was sea ...get a rookie team's autonomous up and running in their non-existent spare time. Way to go!
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  • ...get a rookie team's autonomous up and running in their non-existent spare time. Way to go! ...get a rookie team's autonomous up and running in their non-existent spare time. Way to go!
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  • ...college. An autistic student first joined Team 1640 as a programmer. Over time, the programmer learned to communicate his ideas effectively, as well as le ...that education was the best method to spread FIRST’s initiatives. At the time, the school district researched and considered building a third high school
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  • ...native top hopper feed; mechanism still works but hopper has degraded over time due to non-use;
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  • This is the first time Sab-BOT-age had ever run two robots in a competition and thanks go out to a ...ised.jpg|210px|right|thumb]]22-October-2011. Sab-BOT-age's 5<sup>th</sup> time participating at Duel on the Delaware. Also the first FRC competition for
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  • ...ccer goal was worth 1 (2 in autonomous). You could only have one ball at a time and you couldn't lift it off the ground. You had to stay within your frame ...rt a 60" tall but could grow to 108". They could extend one appendage at a time up to 14" inches outside their frame perimeter, except during the 30 second
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  • ...p://robotics.agnesirwin.org/ Femme Tech Fatale]) Pivot (not working at the time)
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  • ...on competition. We'd been looking forward to working with MORT for a long time and the experience was even better than expected! Congratulations to winne On to Einstein Field! 1640's first time. We started well against Galileo's champions (teams 1241 ([http://www.theo
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  • ...t the Westtown School) and 1640 and was a huge success. This was the first time the two teams had worked together to host a robotics tournament. According
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  • ...cover the details of who we played with and the results. We spent a lot of time on the practice field, mostly working on autonomous until we discovered the
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  • ...cision to cross the barrier with pivot drive also committed a lot of brain time to the drive train and chassis design
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  • ...road signs" directing scouts to the practice field or indicating our match time (POC: Molly, Media).
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  • ...and we devoted a lot of resources to this (mind time, design time, machine time, mass, space & $s). We built an accurate, welded pyramid and a horizontal :On to Einstein Field! 1640's first time. We started well against Galileo's champions (teams 1241 ([http://www.theo
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  • ...ir hearts, minds and hands into designing and building a great robot. The time is both far too short and much too long. :*Welder working first time since Waterloo. Kira & Marina are welding graduates!
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  • Primarily as a just-in-time training approach (it's more fun that way!), we've got several FRC design c
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  • * '''Time''' - CNC machining takes time; so does the assembly of complex mechanisms; as a result 1640 has finished ...Driver training''' is not optional with swerve. Frankly, we train all the time and participate in a lot of off-season competitions for real training. Use
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  • ...us to repair tools or equipment that would otherwise be discarded, saving time and expense<br><br> ...that the quality of our welding work is as good as it can be when it comes time to build the next robot. <br><br>
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  • 10 November, 2012 in Ambler, PA. This is Sab-BOT-age's 6<sup>th</sup> time at Ramp Riot. It's always a fantastic event, hosted by our MAR Championship
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  • :# Pivot tubes were not secure within the pivot tops and shifted over time. Small and mostly angular shifts resulted in loss of calibration. Large s ...easured following FRC cost guidelines) but also mass, manpower and machine time.
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  • ...en a strong suit for Team 1640. But things change. We spent far too much time looking for things last year.
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  • ...+hr/week during Build Season (Jan-Feb). This ranges all the way up to full-time equivalent positions for top technical mentors. ([[#What can parents do bes
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  • ...VIII IRI Photo Gallery|photo gallery]] provides images. We spent a lot of time on the practice field, mostly working on autonomous until we discovered the
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  • #Minimize $$, time and resource cost - use available (preferably used) materials *Time: ≤1hr construction (+ ≤20min planning)
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  • * after a further time, grab the pole with the third claw ** The motor takes time to reach its correct shooting speed.
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  • ...ile usually not a competition issue (we just swap pivots), the shop repair time was too long. This problem was not so obvious in 2011 because the BaneBots
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  • # The climb time could be relatively short, allowing significant scoring by shooting Frisbee ...rizontal corner; only one drive wheel will ever be disengaged at any given time while climbing. Each wheel has a "claw" to hold it to the pole and to also
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  • ...motor that was spinning at 1000 rpm, and we'd put in a new frisbee in each time it was back up at 1000, which was within 2-3 seconds. The keys were putting
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  • ...he test requires about 2 hours and discharges the battery. Because of the time investment involved, this test is run infrequently and is not useful for te
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  • On to Einstein Field! 1640's first time. We started well against Galileo's champions (teams 1241 ([http://www.theo
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  • ...were Finalists! We'd been looking forward to working with MORT for a long time and the experience was even better than expected!
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  • 1640's first time participating in this event. It's really a great event and I expect we'll
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  • ...30 sharp. It is in the student's own interest to be ready to learn by that time.
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  • Meeting start time: 2pm
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  • ...alliances (339 in our case) and had to be played (albeit three teams at a time; 3<sup>rd</sup> and 4<sup>th</sup> alliance partners alternating). This ar
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  • ...s into the shovel! That is a matter for our next meeting (one problem at a time).
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  • * Decrease time so that second ball is scored by 10 seconds. ...nd could theoretically score, that is if it could shoot. Have to test more time to make sure that the autonomous code does these actions consistently!
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  • We are making the transition from prototyping to fabrication. It's time to (finish designing and) build a robot.
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  • ...se the 2013 pivot design without significant change (and to focus our mind-time on the game-piece handling) {{#ev:youtube|rbKy0agjpa0|300|right|Time-lapse video of Keith Williams & Jack welding the slingshot chassis}}
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  • ..., consuming the entire storage reserve (two 35 in<sup>3</sup> tanks at the time) during those 20 seconds. Thereafter, both storage and regulated pressure ...al points (0 & 120 psig), the derivative of standard volume in relation to time (dV/dt, std in<sup>3</sup>/s) was determined numerically.
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  • ...easured following FRC cost guidelines) but also mass, manpower and machine time. We finally managed this trick in time for MAR Championship. A gyroscope provided the necessary input to a propor
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  • ...vering these shots as well, this had not been demonstrated at the decision time. A drawback is that these high-trajectory, low-velocity shots are necessar
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  • Also, our autonomous routine worked (well, most of the time).
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  • While the Roller Frame itself is a simple mechanism, a great deal of mind-time went into the details of its design; especially in terms of materials selec :* Our failure to appreciate ahead of time how often the Roller Frame would be pneumatically deployed during real comp
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  • This is the time of the year that all good roboteers and mentors most love and fear. ...her and getting all of it working just right. Build season is my favorite time.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees *Two of the upper pieces were cut with a bandsaw. This was Akhila's first time using the bandsaw, and despite her prior mechanical reservations, she enjoy
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...t the device together using two tubes a couple of cylinders. Although over time we will build upon the idea of this part for the robot the hardest part to
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...ig and small balls. They think the shooter is going to have a really tough time going against this possessor. They also used Solidworks to help us prototyp
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...mps. He completed these tasks exceptionally well for driving for the first time with tank drive. CJ drove the robot as well and demonstrated driving to the
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * With time running out, they decided to try and score a ball. They found a bent piece
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...by hand, we used the band saw for the refinement too. It was Laura's first time cutting a curve, so it was fun to learn.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * We do not have as much time as we thought. We need to wrap up prototyping soon, and start building our
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...ntation gave him ideas on completing the robot efficiently in a reasonable time period.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * Since we wanted to make both servos for the goal grabber move at the same time, they used an advanced sub VI. They also wanted the button to switch the gr
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * The schematic was wired again, and the teleop code generated this time!
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...with the programming. But, we did get back on track just in the knick of time of when the competition was going to start.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...t, pasting on the metal, and cutting the metal around it. This reduced the time of manufacturing greatly, and was fun to do as well!
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * Akhila also learned the drive controls for the first time. She does not quite know if she liked them well enough to drive, but it was
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...ook the encoder code out temporarily to test the IR values, due to lack of time. They will attach the encoders next meeting.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...reliable. No one can expect the robot to be set up at the same angle every time. Now, it starts with the robot all the way to the right of the parking zone
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...some polypropylene. She used a caliper to be very exact, which was pretty time consuming.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * She tapped the hole, which was her first time using the tap.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * Fortunately, Akhila used the right drill bit this time (thanks to the app iEngineer).
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...k a long time to mill. One cut took 7:42 to complete, which is a very long time.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * Since it is a full competition, the scouting sheets took up a LOT of time. It was a little tedious, but it kind of fun to see the different team name
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * Laura was very happy to see it move for the first time.
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  • ...the 2014-2015 season. We had just turned on the robot for the very first time the night before, so we were really just barely ready for this tournament.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...However, driver practice was extended eliminating the majority of testing time for autonomous.
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  • ...School. 1640's first qualifier for the 2015 season and our 4<sup>th</sup> time at the Hatboro-Horsham MAR Qualifier - every year since the start of MAR.
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  • ...le NJ. 1640's second qualifier for the 2015 season and our 3<sup>th</sup> time at the Lenepe-Seneca MAR Qualifier.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...der to try to get an outreach event with them. Josh has to call at a later time because the person who could plan it was absent. He also attempted to call
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...0 cm heights. This is still buggy and will need to be worked on at a later time.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * Next time they work on auton, they will be able to continue to write the code to line
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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
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  • *More human player station testing - how to get the first tote in right every time
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...nfortunately lost the sprocket for the chain drive. He searched for a long time and finally found the sprocket and fixed the wheel so it could be bored.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...hrough a mock judging process in which they did a decent job for their 2nd time.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * Instead of replacing the clutch every time it wore down, Laura decided to try to write a software clutch.
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  • ...Edgetech as sponsor, we redesigned our swerve module to reduce the machine time requirements and to bring as much of the machining in-house as practical. ...ure, we revised the pivot design with an objective of reducing the machine time required to produce these, making the following changes:
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  • ...le NJ. 1640's second qualifier for the 2015 season and our 3<sup>rd</sup> time at the Seneca (a.k.a. Lenape-Seneca) MAR Qualifier.
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  • ...nd chains. All new parts were employed, not splices. This change-out was time-consuming. The shorter lift had required us to back the robot up from the
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  • ...Step RCs will almost certainly win the match. It's also obvious that the time to gain control of the Step RCs is at the very start of the match; the firs ...striking the RC. By reducing flexure, the bounce is reduced and therefore time before driving backwards also reduced.
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  • ...rks Professional Exam, which covers slightly more material at a much lower time limit.
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  • ...reducing the probability of it landing on end (recoverable, but a waste of time). ...'s travel and so these rods are constrained by the stacker and at the same time do not constrain the stacker lift's travel.
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  • But different is what we do. It's what we are. At least we think so. Time to put that to the test! ...t the Westtown School) and 1640 and was a huge success. This was the first time the two teams had worked together to host a robotics tournament. According
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  • ...in 2008 (with a [[DEWBOT IV Duel on the Delaware | terrible robot]]) and 4-time winners in [[DEWBOT VII Duel on the Delaware | 2011]], [[DEWBOT VIII Duel o ...drive team, with a special fedoras-off to first-time driver Abbi and first-time human player Kevin! Thanks to Ian, who took on the challenging lead scout j
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  • ...with the FLL scrimmage. We do not have the people to do both at the same time. We resolved to shift the date to 28-November (but this date is unavailabl
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  • :First time at Worlds! The team finished 17<sup>th</sup> in Franklin Division.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees * After all the pre presentations were over, it was time for the game reveal! There was a real sense of suspense in the room as we c
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Team Members in Attendance: ...tonomous scenarios. It's always great fun, and allows us to gauge how much time will be needed for each scenario. We're clocking in at a little less than t
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...to the legacy module went bad. There had been connection issues the entire time, but initially, just disconnecting and reconnecting would work. Toward the
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...treads. They put the rubber tread grips into the treads. This took a long time and Gary reported that his arm ached after he slid all the pieces into thei
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...y were only able to do it once. They were happy because this was the first time they tried to get up the mountain and getting up successfully once meant a
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...g together treads with miles and was milling with Josh. This was his first time milling, and he was really surprised at how precise someone has to be when
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...We milled parts, taped holes,and rough-cut parts to mill now and for next time.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...ry and got a bit of progress. I feel we were way more productive then last time and could inprove apoun it even more tomorrow if we keep up the good work.
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  • !Meeting Date !!Meeting Time !!Location !!Attendees ...he help of Mr. Abersold, resumed their work on the beacon autonomous. Last time they worked on this, there were a plethora of problems, including color sen
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