A couple of weeks ago, the robotics team I help mentor finished the 2018 competition season at the Texas UIL State Robotics Championship in Austin. They progressed to quarter finals but were beaten by some amazing machines which left us all inspired and fired up with new ideas for next season.
This year’s robot was christened “Torsion” due, partly, to the alarming way that the arm twisted while in use. Regardless of the twist, it proved a very effective manipulator and proved that it could handle all elements of this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition “Power Up” game.
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