POWER UP 2018
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ULTIMATE ASCENT 2013
Team 3753's third robot, Charizard, ranked #1 at Bayou Regionals 2013 for Ultimate Ascent as one of the only two robots to go 10-0 in Qualification Matches (along with Team 155). We focused on playing offense with a quick and reliable shooter made up of two pneumatic wheels and some aluminum angle attached to a window motor to push frisbees into the two wheels. With a 4-CIM, 4-wheel drive train (2 front Omni's, 2 back High-Traction wheels), we moved quickly and easily across the field and remained compact enough to travel under both pyramids. Due to our size and speed/power, we were almost never successfully defended. We also used pneumatic arms for a quick and reliable 10-pt climb. Our average alliance score at Bayou was 96.24 points.
REBOUND RUMBLE: 2012
For the 2012 Season's game, the robot was made to shoot
basketballs as well as balance on a ramp (Rebound Rumble). It was equipped with two Omni wheels and two 8" high traction wheels. It was built primarily of 1" square tubing. We used LabVIEW for programing and rapidly shot basketballs during autonomous. We attended Bayou Regional.
For the 2011 Season's game, the robot had to be able to hang
inner tubes on a rack (Logomotion). It was equipped with six wheel tank drive with 8" high traction wheels and composed primarily of wood. We used LabVIEW for programing and moved to a set place during autonomous. We attended Bayou Regional.