District Event Results!

In the Gull Lake event, Red Storm Robotics placed 13th for Qualifications and was the 1st pick of the 3rd Alliance, which consisted of Team 85- B.O.B (Build on Brains)- and Team 4776- S.C.O.T.S Bots! We also won the Creativity Award!

In the Kentwood event, hosted by us, Red Storm Robotics placed 26th for Qualifications and was the 2nd pick of the 2nd Alliance, made up of Team 4381- Twisted Devils- and Team 2771- Code Red Robotics the Stray Dogs! Together we won the event and advanced to States! This was a big moment for our team, as this was the first time winning a district event in Red Storm Robotics history! We also won the Gracious Professionalism Award!

Competition Coming Up!

Red Storm Robotics is hard at work preparing for the upcoming competition at Gull Lake! Root for us on the 11th and 12th of March!

As of now, 3875’s Steel Spider has six different features.
It’s autonomous mode drives backwards for Taxi, intakes, and shoots two balls.
It’s chassis has 6 actively driven wheels, and is very resistant. Due to it’s high torque motors, their robot will not budge if defense is trying to push them.
It’s turret can rotate 270 degrees and take distant shots. It uses auto-align to line up shots and is very accurate. It can also do high hub shots.
It’s intake is powered with pneumatic pistons and quickly picks up cargo using compliant wheels. It is also duel-sided so it can load from both the front and back of the bot.
It’s hopper loads from either intake and uses compliant wheels to quickly take cargo from the intake. Its able to quickly transfer cargo to the turret.
It’s climber uses a telescoping lift and can hang from the middle rung.


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