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Old Parents, New Parents and Returning Parents. This will be where parents can find the information that we think will be of most use to you. If you want us to add something to this section, please let us know. info@technoticks236.com

St Louis Match Schedule

Remember that match times are St. Louis – Central Time Check the full schedule here and remember that this is only a provisional schedule, times will change and are likely to be later than shown for the later games in the day. http://firstfrc.blob.core.windows.net/frc2017/FIRSTChampionship/CMPMO/Darwin.pdf Watch live video from NEFIRST_RED on...

St. Louis Itinerary 2017

Techno-Ticks FIRST Robotics Championships 2017 Wednesday April 26 – Sunday April 30 Drury Plaza Hotel at the Arch 2 South 4th Street St. Louis, MO 63102 (314) 231-3003 Wednesday April 26, 2017 DEPART LOLHS at 3:30 am SouthWest Airlines Flight 1190 departing LaGuardia at 7:25 am arriving in Lambert...

1st Win of the Season!

Thanks to our fantastic teachers, mentors, parents & alliance members for a wonderful win today at the Waterbury District Competition. The start of a great season we hope! Winning Alliance was: TechnoTicks #236, TechTigers #3654 from Mercy High School and #181 Birds of Prey. Their opponents put up a very...

BS9, 01/15/2017

Our first full Saturday in the shop and prototyping is well under way.

Most sub-function teams built prototypes and laid them out within the robot frame and Max got really frustrated about space limitations!

We started the day building and then had a safety lecture from Mr Goss relating to dress, use of glasses, warnings relating to the starting of the robot, who is qualified to use which equipment etc.

Quote of the day relates to our safety talk, hair must be tied back, jacket strings tucked in and …

Mr Goss: “I’m not quite sure what the protocol is for that beard Mr Berry”

 

BS5, 01/11/2017

Welcome to hump day in the shop!

BS2, 01/08/2017

Mother Nature reminded us that she is in charge … but we were only delayed by an hour before we got straight into our strategy meeting.

With several new students it was good to split into five mixed groups with a reminder that not everyone has the same style and everyone’s voice should be heard.

Quotes of the Day

Mr Derry: “I’ve spent 18 years learning to listen … and I’m still learning”

 

Build Season Day 1

Mother Nature reminded us that she is in charge … but we were only delayed by an hour before we got straight into our strategy meeting.

With several new students it was good to split into five mixed groups with a reminder that not everyone has the same style and everyone’s voice should be heard.

Quotes of the Day

Mr Derry: “I’ve spent 18 years learning to listen … and I’m still learning”

 

Industrial Design Award

Our first outing of the season and we reached the quarter finals in 7th picking place.  We teamed with the Uberbots and FullMetal Falcons and after two competitive games we won 96 points and 94 points against the ultimate finalists.

Team 236 were honored to be awarded the General Motors Industrial Design Award which

celebrates form and function in an efficiently designed machine that effectively achieves the game design challenge. The design award is granted to the team that best achieves these aims while having a highly competitive robot.

This year’s robot was manufactured with the help of two new pieces of equipment funded by the Lyme Old Lyme Education Foundation.

In 2015 LOLEF awarded a $17,390 grant to the Technology and Engineering Department of Lyme–Old Lyme High School, home of Team236, for advanced equipment to complete a 21st century Maker Space. The new tools, a CNC Plasma Cutter and CNC Lathe, enabled students to cut and manufacture highly accurate parts, molds and prototypes for use in electronic vehicle design, passive solar energy machines, robotic components and more. This new equipment added tremendous value to the LOLHS Technology and Engineering Department.

As well as supporting the robotics program, the newly designed space provides the flexibility to maximize use of the equipment in a wide range of courses. Students experience the full engineering process, with design instruction integrated with the manufacturing process. Design, manufacturing, testing and evaluation are now performed with CAD (computed-aided design) in the adjacent computer lab. Students work and learn in a space similar (and in some cases superior to) labs in top engineering schools.

 

Challenge Day 1

Tonight’s training took the form of a challenge.  In three 1 week sessions, design, build and test a robot built in VEX to move in autonomous forward 15″ into a scoring zone without going over the foul line.  Then move around a table, locate a golf ball and then pick it up and place it on a 12″ platform

 

Thursday, September 24th

It was a busy day in the Ticks shop as our student leaders took the reins in explaining what each of their teams did and how their work fitted in to the whole “TechnoTicks” picture.

Following last year’s shift, with mentors taking far more of a back seat and sticking with our motto of “student hands on the robot”, we have extended that now with students leading each of the work teams.

Alison & Shannon have taken over organization of Bash@theBeach, our most important fundraiser.

Justin and Hayden will be leading on manufacturing whilst Avery and Big Sam F will be leading on CAD.

Little Sam F is stepping into “very big shoes” taking over the programming of the bot (and is looking for more volunteers).

Alexis and Matt will be leading the controls and wiring teams.

It was great to see so many newcomers to the team and in particular to invite some sophomores and Juniors, proving it’s never to late to become a Tick!

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Our Connection with the Carson Field

At the Championships in St Louis, several new fields have been added to cope with the many additional teams competing as FIRST expands across the globe.  This year, Team236 are competing on one of the new fields, CARSON and we have an interesting connection with RACHEL CARSON.  Here’s one of the posters that we will be including in our pit.

 

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Working under pressure

Hartford

The team fixing a broken transmission on the swatter arm motor between rounds.  They really stayed cool under pressure to accomplish this! 

With the repair in place they moved from 3rd pick in the 7th seed team to 3rd place overall.

Great Job!

WPI is now calling …

Techno Ticks meet Governor Malloy and qualify for FIRST North East Regional Championships

Team 236 the Technoticks qualified this weekend for the North East Regional FIRST Robotics Championships to be held at Worcester Polytechnic Institute April 9-11th.

The team qualified, following their win at Waterbury District Competition and third place this weekend at the Hartford District Competition.  Qualification is based on a points system and the Technoticks qualified 10th out of 175 teams across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island and Connecticut.  Their points tally was boosted with the award of the Motorola Quality Award at Waterbury.

Engineering is a process of continuous improvement and the Lyme Old Lyme High School students were treated to a real-life lesson in the pitfalls of that process.  After their win at Waterbury the team decided that if they were to be contenders in the World Championships, they needed to improve the speed of their intake mechanism to be able to score more points in each round.  That successful improvement resulted in problems in another part of the robot leaving the team in 10th position at the end of the qualifying rounds.  The team’s reputation carried them forward into the Quarter Finals, being chosen by Team 177 The Bob Cats and Team 1124 the Uberbots to join their alliance as 7th place seeds.

With help from their Mentors, all experienced engineers, the team were able to analyze the problem, design a new part, manufacture it on site and modify the robot all in the space of an hour and a half.  The modification was very successful and the “Cat in the Hat” robot got back to winning form.  During the quarter-finals the alliance made huge progress and made it to the semi-finals, finishing in third place.  The eventual winner was the alliance of teams 230 The Gaelhawks from Shelton, team 195 Cyber Knights of Southington and the Panther Project from Middlebury with second place taken by an alliance made up of The Titanium Tomahawks from Glastonbury, Apple Pi from Guilford and Sim City from Simsbury.

During the competition, held at Harford High School, the drive team had the opportunity to meet with Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman who commented on the need for student involvement in STEM to fill jobs in Connecticut.  Ms Wyman has been an ardent supporter of FIRST for many years and gave a speech to the audience thanking all the mentors, teachers & parents for inspiring students in STEM.

All Photos courtesy of Christopher Wells

Left to right: Alexis Kholar, Nate Bersing (hidden) Jared Di Carlo and Hayden Hendrick meet with Governor Malloy

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Teacher and Lead Mentor Bill Derry work with members of the team on a last minute modification to their robot.

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A Day Out of the Bag-March 21st, 2015

The team is in the shops as we ignore the snowfall that fell on the first day of spring. The first task out of the bag was the redesign on the intake system. With a new set of wheels, more changes followed. We are currently incorporating an additional position for the intake system for easier ingesting of containers. The Techno Ticks welcome our neighboring team, Team 5746, Human Error, from Valley Regional High School, to our workshop.

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Waterbury District Event Photo Gallery

Sunday at Waterbury … tensions run high as we enter Day 2 as leaders and hold that lead right to the end!

Our first competition of the season and we came away as Captains of the Winning Alliance. The Ticks had held the lead throughout the day, including achieving the highest score (121) of any round. The team were honored to be awarded the Motorola Quality Award for the second year in a row.

Day 44 – Being Prepared

A shortened day in the shop as snow and frigid temperatures closed school in the morning, but between 1pm and 9pm major testing took place.

We had to leave time to bag the robot tonight just incase the next winter storm to hit Old Lyme stops play tomorrow.  We are forecast another 1-3 inches, let’s hope that we will be in to unbag and rebag!

 

TBT – The Elf on the Shelf

So getting our team into one place to get a full team photo is practically impossible. In this photo the whole of the front row have been individually photoshopped into the original. Unfortunately Mr Wilczinski was busy judging – and by the time he arrived, there was no more...

February 4, 2014

Tonight’s work included locating and wiring the limit switch.  Strengthening the elevator structure, finishing the flappers and designing the protective cone for intake motor

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Day 18 – Midterms OVER!

The Elevator Team – Justin and Liam worked on putting the mounting holes into the aluminium arms before they are attached to the uprights

The Fork Team – David & Cole worked on making spring bushings and cutting steel hinges. Sam & Ethan worked on CAD to determine lightening holes.

The Chassis Team – Hunter milled the ends of the cross pieces to an exact 8″ to ensure that they accurately guide the omni wheel.

The Ingester Group – Hayden, Anna, Sam, John & Morgan, tested the intake mechanism, adjusting the angle and checking the inflation of the wheels.

Chassis Drive – Justin & Liam worked on the CNC machine until it went …. oooops!

The Wiring Group continued with their recycling efforts and at the time of writing their PWM Cable stash had saved the team $180 not including shipping, maintenance on the trucks … landfill … (we think you are pushing it Gabrielle)

The Programming Group – Jared ran a lesson for Avery, Alexis, Sophie, Shanon (and Mrs DiCarlo) in writing code for the PID Elevator Controls

The CAD team – were working on transferring their work into drawings for fabrication. Laura-Lee working on drawing the encoder brackets.

Day 14 – Saturday Playday

The Elevator Team worked on fabricating aluminium parts and welding.

The Wiring Team harvested and tested PWM cables and testing out the PMW motor and control signals and looking at them on the oscilloscope to determine what signals the robot is actually receiving.

The Programming Team’s work schedule included looking at the format of the code and working on the elevator and drive subsystems.

The Chassis Team worked on finishing chassis construction, adding lightening holes and producing chain tighteners. They also worked on designing an encoding mount to be 3d printed.

The CAD team worked with Solidworks on testing PWM wires, planning the code and mounting encoders on transmitters and Hunter worked with Mr Trudeau on Solidworks to determine the exact location of the lightening holes.

The PR team worked on creating a schedule for our visiting Journalist from The Day next Saturday and sourcing some great give-aways for our district competitions.

The Intake team worked on refining their prototype and integrating the intake with the forks. They worked on the space available and location.

Day 12 – Mid Terms Looming!

An even smaller crew the night before the first mid-term exams, but the dedicated five (or the five that were not worried about mid-terms!) made good progress: Alexis and Mrs Di Carlo worked to set up 4 motor controllers to test out the intake prototype and then tested encoders. Sam and Nick worked to refine the speed of the wheels on the intake. Liam and Justin were cutting aluminum box for the intake with RJ on hand to make sure that the cuts were square for the chassis cross-members. Jared was at the tormach making gear box plates.

2005 Robot Showcase

The game for the 2005 season is played on a 27′ wide by 52′ long playing field with the 9 goals configured in 3 x 3 matrix, similar to tic-tac-toe. The robots will attempt to place the red and blue game tetras in or on one or more of...

2004 Robot Showcase

The game for the 2004 season requires robots to collect and pass 13” balls to the human player to then shoot them into fixed and moveable goals. There are three 30” balls on the playing field that can be placed on top of any goal by a robot, which...

2003 Robot Showcase

The game for the 2003 season required robots to collect and stack plastic storage containers on their side of the playing field. The location of the robots and containers and the height of the stacks at the end of the match determined each team’s score for the round.

2002 Robot Showcase

Each 2 minute match began with the 24’ x 48’ field broken up into 5 zones and set up as follows. Four robots start on the playing field and are paired in alliances of 2. There were 2 robots at diagonally opposite corners, 10 soccer balls in each driver...

2000 – “Gracie”

Four teams, paired in two alliances, competed in each match. An alliance scored points by placing balls in their goal, and by positioning their robots in designated areas at the end of each match. At the start of a match each alliance had seven yellow balls and one black...

1999 – “The Tick”

Points were scored by positioning “floppies,” robots, and the “puck” on the playing field. Floppies were light weight, pillow-like objects with Velcro-loop material located in the center and around the perimeter. Each alliance had ten color coded floppies located on the playing field and at the player stations. At...

2008 Robot Showcase

In the 2008 game, “FIRST OVERDRIVE®,” students’ robots were designed to race around a track knocking down 40″ inflated Trackballs and moving them around the track, passing them either over or under a 6’6″ overpass. Extra points were scored by robots positioning the Trackballs back on the overpass before the end of the 2...

Team of 2008

Student members of 2006 team (36): Tom Abraham, Evan Anway, Daniel Bagdorf, William Bagdorf, Ashley Beckman, Elene Birch, David Brown, Stephen Burke, Clare Conniff, Anne Fairfield-Sonn, Evan Flower, Katie Garland, James Gilchrist, Jon Glenn, Stephen Hackett, Dennis Hauteniemi, Zach Jordan, A.J. Kilroy, Matt King, Chris Lehrman, Nick McCarthy, Brandon...

2008 Robot Showcase

In the 2007 game, “RACK ‘N’ ROLL,” students’ robots were designed to hang inflated colored tubes on pegs configured in rows and columns on a 10-foot high center “rack” structure. Extra points were scored by robots being in their home zone and lifted more than 4” off the floor by another robot before...

Team of 2007

There were 36 student members of the Student members of 2007 team (36): Tom Abraham, Evan Anway, Daniel Bagdorf, William Bagdorf, Ashley Beckman, Elene Birch, David Brown, Stephen Burke, Clare Conniff, Anne Fairfield-Sonn, Evan Flower, Katie Garland, James Gilchrist, Jon Glenn, Stephen Hackett, Dennis Hauteniemi, Zach Jordan, A.J. Kilroy,...

2006 Robot Showcase

In the 2006 game, “AIM HIGH®,” students’ robots were designed to launch balls into goals while human players enter balls into play and score points by throwing/pushing balls into corner goals. Extra points were scored by robots racing back to their end zones and climbing the ramp to the platform before the end of...

Team of 2006

Student members of 2006 team (36): Tom Abraham, Evan Anway, Daniel Bagdorf, William Bagdorf, Ashley Beckman, Elene Birch, David Brown, Stephen Burke, Clare Conniff, Anne Fairfield-Sonn, Evan Flower, Katie Garland, James Gilchrist, Jon Glenn, Stephen Hackett, Dennis Hauteniemi, Zach Jordan, A.J. Kilroy, Matt King, Chris Lehrman, Nick McCarthy, Brandon...

Team of 2005

Student members of 2005 team (38): Tom Abraham, Daniel Bagdorf, William Bagdorf, Anne Fairfield-Sonn, Barton Linderman, Cecily Faenza, Chris Lehrman, Christina Norman-Gohn, Clare Conniff, Dana Meinke, David Brown, David Faenza, Dennis Hauteniemi, Elene Birch, James Smith, John Stearns, John Glenn, Julie Mercurio, Kate Ross, Katie Garland, Matt King, Melissa...

2014 Motorolla Quality Award

Congratulations to Team 236 for winning the Motorola Quality Award for Robostness in Concept and Design. The judges cited in particular the Swan Arm and Pick-Up Mechanism. The consistent way in which these parts worked, helped make the 236 robot stand out.   It’s speed and consistency of pick-up made...

Team of 2014

Students, Teachers and Mentors, they’ll all be here soon (when we catch up with them) … the Technoticks Team 236 of 2014. We know that not everyone can be there every day, so here is the full list of the team of 2014 including those who have given us...

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Each team that is honored with the Chairman’s Award at the First Championship joins the First Hall of Fame

Team 236 won this award in 2009 – this is the Tick’s Chairman’s Award video