|Drive Team||Christian Gavalchin, Andrey Efremchev, Parth Mandrekar, Dahany Choi|
Hatboro-Horsham District Winner
Hatboro-Horsham Quality Award
Seneca District Winner
Seneca District Engineering Inspiration Award
South Florida Regional Finalist
South Florida Regional Industrial Design Award
South Florida Regional Wildcard
FIRST Mid-Atlantic District Championship Quarter-finalist
FIRST World Championship - Carson Division Quarter-Finalist
Team 2590 Nemesis is proud to present our 2016 Robot "Daedalus"
Nemesis’ 2016 robot Daedalus features an articulating intake and flywheel shooter inspired by Team 1114, Simbotics. The intake wraps around the bumper and collects boulders from the field via three polyurethane rollers. The ball is centered using two bent Lexan plates. Two custom gearboxes powered by a miniCIM apiece control the angle of intake to assist in crossing the Portcullis and Cheval De Frise. The geometry of the intake forms a wedge designed to help traverse the remaining defenses.
The flywheel shooter utilizes two 4” Colson Wheels powered by a miniCIM and uses an adjustable hood to change the angle of the shot. Using a camera, Daedalus recognizes the vision target on the goals to determine distance to target. This allows Nemesis to control the angle of the hood and the shooter speed to consistently score from any location in the courtyard.
Implementing autonomous scripting allows Daedalus to choose from multiple different autonomous routines. The adjustable and diverse range of autonomous actions make Daedalus the perfect fit for any alliance.
Daedalus won the Hatboro Horsham District competition and the team is looking forward to compete at the Seneca District, and South Florida Regional.
Thanks to our sponsors:
Robbinsville High School, NAVAIR, New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists, Bristol-Myers Squibb, CCL Label, Lockheed Martin, Investors Foundation, Siemens, Robbinsville Education Association, RAS Process Equipment, Evans Analytical Group, Princeton Sports & Family Med, McGraw-Hill Financial, Carfaro Railing, Robbinsville Education Foundation, Gilbane Inc., DesignTree, Northstar Vets, SRI International, Triangle Copy, Coldwell Banker, GrabCAD, and all Nemesis Friends and Family.
Written by: Parth Mandrekar
In FIRST STRONGHOLD, two Alliances of three robots each are on a Quest to breach their opponents’ fortifications, weaken their tower with boulders, and capture the opposing tower. Robots score points by breaching opponents’ defenses and scoring boulders through goals in the opposing tower. During the final 20 seconds of the Quest, robots may surround and scale the opposing tower to capture it.