We are able to score in the larger and smaller ports of the power port. as well as latch and hang in end game.
Weight: 122.8 pounds
Dimensions: 30" x 30" x 45"
Our strategy to create Eugene started with assessing each portion of the game, and deciding which part we wanted to focus on first. After this initial assessment, we decided that hanging and balancing on the generator switch. Six weeks later, we have a versatile robot, that can consistently score power cells into the higher power ports as well as hang and balance. During matches our plan is to cycle through as many power cells as possible with a focus on the back port. We can shoot the power cells accurately from the initiation line and the trench- both in front of and behind the color wheel. Our end game plan is to hang and balance on the generator switch.
This season our robot consistently underwent change as we grew in our engineering knowledge. From the consistent iterations of our shooter angle and speed to the continued development of our drive train and chassis, trust in the engineering design process was paramount. Throughout this season we learned about the power of acknowledging and trusting in strengths and limitations and how to apply this to make our robot and team even better. During the 2020 Infinite Recharge season, we learned so many invaluable lessons that not only shaped our robot but our team as well.