Although we cannot build robots during this time of quarantine, I (Toya) was able to program Uncle Drew, our robot, to test new programs for the next FTC season. What I wanted to test out was a program called Roadrunner, developed by FTC team 8367, ACME Robotics. What’s so special about this program? Well, it… Continue reading Moving Uncle Drew! – Roadrunner Test
This year’s Valor CAD Challenge (VCC) was about creating a robot that can: Flip (decontaminate) a hexagon Deposit a hexagon in a silo Put a Superstructure (a cylinder-shaped object) into a Superport (a circular hole) Hang This was the first time I’ve ever competed in an FTC CADathon and it was certainly challenging. When the… Continue reading First CADathon!
Note: I was supposed to upload another post last week on the first CAD lesson but I forgot to take a picture so it’s the second CAD lesson. Since last week, members of our team who are interested in learning to CAD (Computer-Aided Design) have been meeting every Wednesday. The first week was about the… Continue reading Second CAD lesson!
I’m happy to announce that this will be the first post on the website! Well, let’s start talking about the actual stuff (like the stuff the title said this post would be talking about). A few days ago, Areli, Tobias, and I (Toya) started organizing the STEP files of the FTC parts I downloaded from… Continue reading Starting up with Fusion 360