Averages 5 cycles per match, scoring two cargo into the upper hub each cycle. The flywheel shooter has the ability to shoot to the upper hub or lower hub. With a consistent climb directly to the mid-rung in under 10 seconds.
Capable of shooting power cells across the field into the lower, upper, and inner ports with automatic vision targeting. Uses a flywheel shooter with an adjustable hood and turret for precision aiming. Also capable of climbing the generator switch when over five feet high in under 8 seconds, using a folding bar system.
Built for team outreach and to make our robotics team better known in our school and community. Uses a two scuba tank system to fire t-shirts into the crowd at various events, including school rallies and football games.
Capable of placing game pieces in the cargo ship and level one of the rocket. Uses a pneumatic system for handling hatches, a motorized arm and chute for cargo, and an additional pneumatic system for solo Hab-3 climb.
Uses a motorized intake and a single column cascading elevator to pick up, transport, and eject power cubes on the switch, scale, and vault. Also capable of climbing with a hook and winch.
Picks up, transports, and places gears using a passive funnel-style intake and pneumatic ejection. Uses a winch and rachet system to climb at the end of the match.
Uses a dual-motor intake system paired with a servo trigger control to collect, transport, and eject 10" foam balls into goals. For maneuverability, uses large, rubber tires and custom (wooden) hubs to be able to cross "defenses" easily.
Uses a winch and pulley system to pick up, stack, and transport totes across the field. Also uses wheels to provide omni-directional driving.
Competed in Aerial Assist. The BreakerBots' first robot!