1082A 2017-2018

  1. 8 months ago

    1082A Ryan

    11 Oct 2017 Fairview TX 360E

    Hey there its Ryan from 1082A been a wild build season but we are here ready for the season with my new build, were packing a reverse 4-bar with chain drive and a claw right outa starstruck, we basicly are a moble goal inward stacker and can fully stack them posts up, this year i took alot of considerations for the name, 1082A "We dont care" :3

    Video coming to soon
    Always be danker then 60x

  2. Dokkaebi

    11 Oct 2017 Deal with it I like chocolate

    What is your mechanism for the mobile goal lift? It is a bit hard to see in the pics.

  3. 1082A Ryan

    12 Oct 2017 Fairview TX 360E

    We are using a chain pulling system and 1-bars to prop it up as it hooks in :3

  4. Dokkaebi

    12 Oct 2017 Deal with it I like chocolate

    Can you do 10pt goals? You seem to have very little ground clearance.

  5. JustinM

    12 Oct 2017 Phoenix/Tempe, AZ

    There is a lot of weight you could cut off that arm. Especially the fact there is a battery on the lift.

  6. 7 months ago

    1082A Ryan

    25 Oct 2017 Fairview TX 360E

    @Mira Can you do 10pt goals? You seem to have very little ground clearance.

    Yes we are able too, with our mobile goal manipulator that we are testing and using

  7. 1082A Ryan

    25 Oct 2017 Fairview TX 360E

    @JustinM There is a lot of weight you could cut off that arm. Especially the fact there is a battery on the lift.

    we took off the battery on the lift, honestly one of the newbies on the team put it there and I moved it to the base sections, with weight we are not seeing much issues the main thing being we changed the claw and redid our chain bar.

  8. Vexly

    25 Oct 2017 Suspended

    ¿5 hole wide cchannel noob?

  9. 5 hole wide c-channel is underrated imo. Lots of holes and ability to hide mechanisms. Legit put the motors for the MoGo in between the chain that is driving the back tires of our bot. At the same time it allows for our lift to be completely separate from the wheels which has been an issue for us before. Although I was skepticle of using it when we first had the idea. Its not really a newb thing just a matter of what the situation is at the time.

  10. reilly

    26 Oct 2017 Nebraska 8675C

    first off, your lift looks way to heavy, i'd get rid of the weird gearing system you have. second, your lift should be planted behind your wheels unless you have a very sturdy tipwheel. and lastly, if your lift is behind the wheel your chainbar would not need to be placed so out of balance.

  11. Shadowfox99

    27 Oct 2017 Monroe 4478C

    still waiting on that video reveal

  12. legomstr1

    2 Nov 2017 Lowell, MA 1082B

    @Shadowfox99 still waiting on that video reveal

    He has since left the team so I don't think there will ever be one.

 

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