Wednesday, November 11


Training is in full swing, and Team 2342 is working to build a robot for 2016's mini-build game, Road Rage. From saving "ducks" to pelting a target with dodgeballs, the game is sure to be a blast.

The Mechanical subteam has finished building the drive train for the robot, and is in the process of fabricating other components of the robot at this point. The Electrical subteam is wiring the control board, and is also working on a side project titled "Project Mech Phoenix." Headed by Michael Sweeney and Eric Christiansen, the project involves building an adjustable 'suit of armor' for this year's FRC game, Stronghold. The coding subteam has split into three primary groups (auto, sensors, and teleop) to code for the robot. The 'auto' group has started coding.  The Systems subteam is managing the Gantt chart for the mini-build schedule. Our team is on schedule! The Business subteam is reaching out to local companies in order to secure sponsorships for the coming season.

Team 2342 will be attending the ribbon cutting for the new Homewood Suites on Exit 1 in Nashua, NH tomorrow! Our robot will be carrying the scissors! Team members will have a chance to speak with representatives from a number of companies in the Nashua Technology park. 

The FLL tournament is coming soon! On 21 November, 2015, FLL teams from the Greater Nashua Area will come to compete at Daniel Webster College! Come and join us!