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I you were to put a cap on a platform would that cap count for points?
I saw this strategy in a few match videos so I’m just wondering if this would help you gain an advantage
This information is helpful, my team is also building an everything robot, a lot of the teams I have talked to though are doing a one thing robot.
How many people are building robots that do everything???
What kind of screws and nuts are you guys using for your robot to cut weight??
Do you guys think a 1 393 motor flywheel would be possible?
If so what gearing do you think we would have to use?
@DCS_5999 I assume the scoring will be like In The Zone where objects interacting with scoring elements will result in no score, but this is a question that would be good to suggest to the future Q and A. Are you stating this as a defensive action or a about to flip over but out of time situation?
I want clarification for a few reasons
1. This could be used as a defensive action
2. Yes, if you don't have enough time to flip it over so could you just pick it up and deny points instead of a point swing
3. Also if you could elevate a cap with your own color facing up would that count as points, and the opposing alliance couldn't de-score it
Lets say a blue robot is touching the foam tiles and has a cap facing red side up elevated above the field and the cap isn't touching the ground, does that cap count for red points or no points
Side note, would this scenario be different if the robot stated in the example is on a platform not on the foam tiles
I think we aren't going to see many turning of flags in auton because of the weird positions of balls
What do you think auton will look like in Turning point
Great job at state. We'll see you at Worlds!!