TEAM #3572


Our team consists of a wide range of students from all backgounds.  We typically have 10-20 students involved and 5-10 mentors working along side the students.  Our team operates out of Mona Shores High School where we fabricate over 80% of the parts and components that we use in competition.


2021 sees a replay of the 2020 game, Infinite Recharge.  This year the challenge has been updated to be focused on a series of at home programming and skills challenges.


Our robot relies on robust designs that are developed with repair and maintenance in mind.  All parts are easily accesible and can be reparied or swapped out in a matter of minutes.  Through competition in 2020 and the at home challenges in 2021, we only had a handful of breakdowns and all were remedied in just a few minutes between matches.

Robot stats:

  • 4 Falcon 500 drivetrain
  • Andymark AM14U Chassis
  • NEO 550 powered roller intake with progressive rollers (.5" diameter, .875" diameter, and 1.5 diameter)
  • Falcon 500 direct driven launcher using custom machined dueal 6" Colson wheels
  • Limelight targeting with auto alignment
  • 5 Power Cell capacity
  • Can load from floor or feeder station
  • Climber deploys dual hooks in less than a second
  • Robot can climb on one hook in less than 4 seconds
  • Robot can climb on two hooks in less than 2 seconds
  • Quick change bungee bumpers for alliance change in under 5 seconds.
  • Polycarbonate deflectors front and rear prevent Power cells from being run over.
  • Color wheel manipulator with color sensor and RPM matched to rule allowance for rotation speed.

FIRST is the organization that provides our competition and establishes the foundation for how and why our team is founded.  Click on the image below to check out their website for more information.

FIRST in Michigan is the local organization for the State of Michigan.  Please click on the image below for more information.

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