The robot wheels got partially machined today. They are currently still being worked on. Drivers practiced driving around and other students continued debugging the shooter. This was a result of the fact that the shooter kept jamming, because it would intake one frisbee on top of another. Some of the robot parts were turned on the lathe.
The programmers rewrote a fair amount of logic for the robot’s subsystems, specifically, the intake and the shooter. The shooter’s two S5 encoders were removed due to space constraints on the robot, so the shooter wheel speeds will operate on an open loop controller. Instead of the old shooter state controller logic, individual commands will call specific functions. In addition, the intake raising and lowering was given an open loop as well.
The programmers also continued working on autonomous mode functions. Below is video of a five-frisbee autonomous sequence.
The competition tool chest was inventoried and organized, so that we will be ready to take it to San Diego next week. One of the robot stands was also completed, the other is still in progress, and will likely be finished tonight.