During the quarter-finals of our last competition, our Pilot looked out over the field and noted that 3 of the teams of the field were using our climbing ropes, one of which was on the opposing alliance. After seeing so many posts about ropes failing in competition, 2363 has decided to share our method for making ropes with the FRC community.
Latest complete CAD model of Genome Theta, the Triple Helix robot for the 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition game, FIRST STRONGHOLD.
Latest complete CAD model of Genome Eta, the Triple Helix robot for the 2015 FIRST Robotics Competition game, RECYCLE RUSH.
Triple Helix mentor Todd Ferrante presents on the team’s linear actuator designs at the 2016 FIRST Chesapeake FRC Workshops at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. In the talk, Todd describes the linear actuator design that was used in both our 2015 robot, to raise and lower the cans, and in our 2016 robot, in the climber mechanism. The accompanying video shows examples of this device in action.
Triple Helix students Ben Bretton, Sam Tatum, and Gabe Odachowski present on the team’s summer 2016 project to develop a gas-powered robotic ground vehicle. The talk was given at the FRC Summit at Christopher Newport University to an audience of other Hampton Roads FRC students and mentors.
Latest complete CAD model of Genome Zeta, the Triple Helix robot for the 2014 FIRST Robotics Competition game, AERIAL ASSIST.
Latest complete CAD model of Genome Epsilon, the Triple Helix robot for the 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition game, ULTIMATE ASCENT.
Final Cost Accounting Worksheet for Genome Theta, presented to the team’s inspectors at the 2016 FIRST Championship in St. Louis. Genome Theta is our robot for the 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition game, FIRST STRONGHOLD.
Triple Helix’s changes to FingerTech 2.125″ OD mecanums, as seen on our 2016 FRC robot.