Our programming team worked on auton, tweaked code, and started working on a “smart” auton. Each person has a certain part of the robot to code. For example, the drive train is taken care of by one person, the arm (including lift and intaking the ball) is taken by another person, and the lift mechanism by another.
Our drive train sub team finished putting together the competition drive train and another group built a mock-up of the upper structure and bumper supports.
The electrical team made the electronics panels using cardboard to verify the fit that was made in the CAD.
Our mentor worked with our CAD team to refine the design of the upper structure and bumper supports, refine the manufacturing drawings for the electronics panels, and add cable tie-down points.