Deep cleaning day!
It better look this immaculate every day. We have implemented safety protocol that mandates that we need to keep a daily record of the state of the garage before and after every build session (it tells you what the garage should look like and all you have to do is check mark it). If anything is out of place, please let an officer know so we can a) record it and b) make sure it doesn't happen again. Trust me, it is so much easier to build when everything is organized.
Along with this, as Mr. Millan said, we have an incident report sheet. Please notify someone if there is a safety incident. This could entail but is not limited to: behavioral infractions, injuries, tools breaking. Anything that YOU think needs to be recorded, please record!
Lastly, we have an engineer's notebook started for all of the CAD drawings. If you have any ideas on paper that you want to put in there, let us know.
Today, we accomplished a lot. The arms are almost ready to put on. We also have finished the game platform and it can support a considerable load now. :)
We also began attaching the pistons for the pushing mechanism.
We have accomplished a lot this week (we built almost an entire robot). We plan to have some parts 3D printed for tomorrow, as well as some more parts arriving that we had ordered.
The metal for the final chassis was also cut today. We will be using 2x1 on the corners for more stability.
Everything is coming together nicely. :)
Today, we also mounted the pneumatics system.
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