Projects

2581B – 2018

2581B 2017 Robot

We are currently building a double reverse six bar lift with a mechanum wheel based chassis! We're preparing for our next competition. Wish us luck!
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2581P – 2018

2581P 2017 Robot

We are currently building a double reverse four bar lift with a mechanum wheel based chassis! We're preparing for our next competition. Wish us luck!
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2581B – 2017

2581B 2017 Robot

Team 2581B's design is a 4-bar lift with a claw made of c-channels and rubber bands. They have a rubber band and string pulley system for their lifting mechanism in order to lift their robot.
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2581P – 2017

2581P 2017 Robot

Team 2581P's design is a 4-bar lift with a claw made up of 3x1x30 c-channels with mesh on top. They have a rubber band and string pulley system for their lifting mechanism in order to lift their robot.
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2581B – 2016

2581B 2016 Robot

Team 2581B's third robot to go to the Vex World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, this robot was capable of launching balls both long range and short range as well as collect balls from the field.
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2581P – 2016

2581P 2016 Robot

Designed with a rubber band flywheel, this robot evolved from being a vertical launcher to a horizontal launcher, and earned the design award on two seperate occasions during the year.
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2581B – 2015

2581B 2015 Robot

Team 2581B's second robot to attend the VEX World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, this scissor-lift robot used a unique type of claw to snag Skyrise pieces and cubes.
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2581P – 2015

2581P 2015 Robot

Designed and built by the smaller of the two 2015 teams, this robot underwent major structural changes in preparation for the U.S. National VEX Robotics Championship.
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2581B – 2014

2581B 2014 Robot

Team B's Toss Up robot consisted of a single-state lift with a rotating conveyor belt intake at the top. To navigate the bump, the robot's base was lifted off the ground.
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2581P – 2014

2581P 2014 Robot

Using a pneumatics-assisted lift-intake system, Team P's Toss Up robot overcame faulty wireless connections to win the Toilet Bowl bracket at the Belding VEX Tournamet.
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2581B – 2013

2581B 2013 Robot

Built by a team of seniors and freshmen, "The Little Robot That Could" was Team 2581's first robot to attend the VEX World Championship in Anaheim, California.
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2581P – 2013

2581P 2013 Robot

Fondly known as "The Giraffe", this robot could stretch 1.4 meters tall, with a scoop at the top to pick up sacks.
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Team Picture 2014-15