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Improving FLL Robot Game. Introduction to task for Lifting Pro Preview

We've already build a number of resources for lifting at But at the end of this course we would have a robot that lifts itself and hangs on the mission model.

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  • 06 Mar 2017
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Links for lifting

This is just the search on the term "lifting"

Divide and conquer

Again we separate the task on a few simpler steps:

  1. Build an attachment for hanging on the mission model
  2. Lift to the mission model



At we've already built a number of resources for lifting and for lifting heavy attachments, for lifting some heavy objects. I'll provide you with links to them so that you can look at them and get familiar. At the end we'd have a robot that lifts itself and hangs on the mission model. And there are a number of steps we should move through to achieve this result. The first mission that we'll look at is lifting. At the Animal Allies Competition the robot must somehow lift itself and then hang on this mission model.

Like this. So, as an end result the robot must be hanging and there should be nothing below the robot.