Welcome to the CyberTooth Robotics Team’s website! We are a FIRST® Robotics Competition team of enthusiastic and driven students and mentors, working together to build not only an amazing robot but also excitement for creating great things in STEM fields. Currently, our team consists of about 24 students and 14 mentors. Our students attend Northwestern High School in Kokomo, Indiana, and our mentors are made up of parents, teachers, AndyMark staff, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles staff, and everything in between. Our hometown is well-known for being a city of technological development, as Kokomo is the home of the first car to be manufactured in the United States, and we strive to make the next technological advances here as well. Currently, we are in the midst of building a robot for FIRST®‘s 2018 FRC game, POWER UP! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube to make sure you stay in touch with what our team is doing. Thanks for reading, and have a great day!
Between Bag Day and our Open House, these past two weeks have been hectic! We have compiled a couple of videos to wrap up our build season. Check out our Reveal Video and Build Season Overview! Software For our last week of build season we got the rollers, wrist for the claw, and the … Continue reading END OF BUILD SEASON!
This week we had many goals, the biggest one being to finish the assembly of our practice and competition robot. Another big goal of this week was to announce Woodie Flowers nominee, Nick Lawrence. Our mentors also announced their Dean’s List nominees. Congratulations to Thomas and Amanda! MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT OUR WEEK 5 … Continue reading WEEK FIVE!
Between birthdays, fabrication, robot breaks, powder coating, and sending in parts for welding, week four has definitely been eventful! Mechanical It was crunch time this week in mechanical to make sure we got all of our robot parts manufactured. We cut, milled, lathed, and sanded every meeting to meet our powder coating deadline. We succeeded, … Continue reading WEEK FOUR!
This week has been increasingly difficult because members have been going back and forth between two different buildings. While we meet at one building, the other building has all of the machinery that we need to prototype. At the other building we also have a full field, which we are using for drive practice. It … Continue reading WEEK THREE!