In light of their upcoming All-Stars tournament in Orlando, 254A has remodeled their robot, moving away from trying to hang, towards becoming a good scoring and descoring robot.
254B, C, D, E, H, and S are all getting ready for their upcoming tournaments at Fairfield and San Ramon:
254B has been trying to perfect an intake that surrounds rings, for easy scoring and descoring;
254C has recently moved on from perfecting their multi-directional drive base to an intake that involves grabbing the rings from the center;
254D has improved their four-bar linkage to accommodate their intake that manipulates the middle of the rings;
254E has been making subtle changes to their tournament-winning robot so they may descore even more easily than at the Tracy regional;
254H, after completing their drive base, has been working on a shifting mechanism to power their arm from their drive motors in an attempt to hang;
and 254S has taken the speedy approach with one of the fastest drive bases Vex has seen and an intake that has stirred debate through the team, which spurs new intake ideology.