Shoot 10 balls into the low goal and cross the baseline.
15 to 1 ratio planetary gearbox and 775Pro Motor turns a hex shaft attached to a PVC pipe. Friction from yellow urethane (polycord) bands moves the ball into the ball tank. The front of the intake and bands are protected by Lexan.
27 to 1 ratio planetary gearbox and 775Pro Motor spins to force the balls around an arc. The shooter has been modified to aim for the low goal.
Lexan spokes are attached to a mecanum wheel disk, attached to a window motor. The motor moves the ball into the shooter channel one ball at a time a 3d printed cone is attached to the top of the feeder to prevent balls from getting stuck. A sheet metal shield guides the balls into the ball feeder.
Mecanum wheels, CIM motor (9 to 1 ratio)
Curved back allows the gear to bounce and fall into two free swinging arms. The arms open and close using pneumatics. The air tank is located under a shield, preventing the gear from getting stuck in the drive base. A detractable lip helps guide the gear into a gear trap. This will even work with debris on the field.
We are using IDE Eclipse to compile C++. The Raspberry Pi that controls our camera's is also C++.
Powered by a 90 to 1 ratio planetary gearbox and 775Pro Motor. Bent metal shields on the side guide the strap into the center of the winch. The winch is lined with the loop part of velcro, so it easily attaches to the strap and pulls the robot up. The winch is secured using a wratcheting wrench. A handle is secured to the wrench so we can unwind.