In this competition, we demonstrated our lift by low elevating our partner, 9490, causing us to win. So far, we are the only team in NJ to successfully elevate a partner robot. Our other teammate, 750E, played the field, complementing our driver load strategy. We scored a large number of balls into the high goal, demonstrating our unique nautilus gear shooter.
After a dominant performance throughout the qualification matches, a new personal best driver skills score, and the best programming score in New Jersey, 750C proved itself to be one of the best teams in New Jersey. Going undefeated, even in a one-versus-two match against two of the best NJ teams, showed us and the other NJ teams that we had come a long way since our first competition.
Powered by three motors, our nautilus shooter pulls back rubber bands, providing near-perfect accuracy while being quick to fire.
Our six-motor drive provides intense torque while maintaining its speed, even under heavy loads. It allows us to get balls from the field with ease, increasing our scoring potential.
Our lift uses a transmission system to get power from the same motors as the drive, providing a large amount of lifting power while conserving resources.