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Travis Striblin Jr.
Project Submitted: 4/15/2014
Trophy for Middle School County Robotics Competition.
I cut a piece of thick wall 2"x5" tubing and welded up both ends with drop pieces to make a solid box. Used a mill to cut window for plaque and x/y cross. I cut and welded 1" tubing to make head and motors. I used a lathe and band saw to cut motor pieces and tig welded together. I drilled and tapped holes for connecting together. Asked an awesome coworker to CNC drill the 1/4" holes in 1/2" tubing so they would be uniform. (Everything else done manually). I used drop pieces of transmission shafts and ball bearings for the eyes and axles. I used steel braided air line that went from the head/motors to the body of robot. I used oxyacetylene torch to aneal hardened steel races so I could knurl and groove them to look like tires.
Band Saw, Miller Sychrowave 200, Grinder, Drill, Tap wrench. Wire wheels, flap discs, oxyacetylene torch, bead blaster.
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