1. 6 months ago

    I was watching on youtube when I found this video

    How can I build a robot like this one?

  2. First step, study other robots that are similar to it.
    Second step, build with quality.
    Final step, practice and fine tune.

  3. 7232carleton

    14 Jan 2018 Missouri 7232Z

    Building the robot is half of the reason they scored so high, they have great drivers with quick cycle times which also allows them to score so well.

  4. nenik

    14 Jan 2018 V5 Beta Tester

    There is one step missing: Programming. Robot like that needs plenty of sensors and code even for teleop to operate this way.

  5. Eric_J

    14 Jan 2018 Houghton, Michigan Former 536C
    Edited 6 months ago by Eric_J

    The OP posted a reposted video from the original source. Here are the original sources:
    Specific match:

    and this is the live stream:

  6. Blem

    14 Jan 2018 让你看

    with nuts and bolts...

  7. Duke4221c

    14 Jan 2018 Georgia, United States 1961X

    You also have to understand that everything stated above will make a great bot, great driver, and great team. However, you cannot misinterpret the scenario. Doing everything that is stated above does not mean you will consistently score 130+ in a match. While it is true that 202Z and 536C are great teams, half of the reason why they scored so high is because their opponent is so weak relative to them that they are restricting them in the match. The opponents are not playing defense or even messing up any of the cones for 202 and 536 to pick up. This match was basically a 202Z and 536C driver skills run.

  8. Kelton

    14 Jan 2018 Wisconsin 202

    You also have to understand that everything stated above will make a great bot, great driver, and great team. However, you cannot misinterpret the scenario. Doing everything that is stated above does not mean you will consistently score 130+ in a match. While it is true that 202Z and 536C are great teams, half of the reason why they scored so high is because their opponent is so weak relative to them that they are restricting them in the match. The opponents are not playing defense or even messing up any of the cones for 202 and 536 to pick up. This match was basically a 202Z and 536C driver skills run.

    Excluding the match where our mogo lift motor broke and the match where our intake motor broke (beware the motors with the new serial numbers) we did average 130.25 points with finals and qualification matches combined. vexdb We averaged 136.5 points in finals.

    @ABlindSquirrel build with quality

    @9065carleton have great drivers

    @nenik Programming

    The Triangle of Vex Champions

  9. @Kelton So I'm trying to design a robot that picks up the mobile goal and takes it really far back into the robot, however, most mogo intake designs get in the way with the rest of what I am trying to build. I've been sketching different solutions and honestly have been eyeing your mobile goal intake the most. Is there any chance you'd be willing to help a fella out with a couple pictures, please?

  10. VexGod8110x

    15 Jan 2018 Mankato MN XD

    @kelton I love the robot and everything about it. I wish you guys weren’t so far away or I would come and watch it live. Good luck on the rest of your season and congrats so far. Keep the Midwest strong.

 

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