Last post by Louis L - February 09, 2018, 11:35:27 AM
Our District Events are 3 days on paper but really have 2 days of actual competition. The first day is really just 5 hrs whereby a team can set up their pit, do some work on their robot, get it inspected and maybe get on the field to tune/align/calibrate/test/practice.
This year, no team will have their autonomous L/R message processing tested in-house prior to the competition. The only way to test it will be at a week-zero event or during load-in. This makes the load-in even more important.
People who need to be at the Load-in (not in any order)
Last post by Louis L - February 09, 2018, 10:24:17 AM
Removed the pressure sensor from the Gripper. Steffen's testing showed it would be difficult to use due to the uneven surface on the milk crate Cube. The sensor requires that an additional contact surface be used but that would still have to be properly mated to the sensor to have it work just right.