Most of the published video tutorials that you could learn from.
Calculate the number of rotations you have to do with the motor to rotate the final small 8 teeth driving gear wheel to 1.25 rotations?
- 06 Apr 2017
In this video we discuss the durability of the construction of LEGO robots and how do we make them more durable.
- 02 Apr 2017
Unpacking the VEX EDR set and learning the names of the different parts included in the set
- 21 Feb 2017
The next challenge of the course is to build a container where you could store the balls (objects) that you are collecting. The first thing is to see how it works as an end result. You can use the same principle during FIRST Technical Challenge competitions. You can also fire the balls, just by rotating the axle in reverse.
- 26 May 2017
Note for the teacher on making the construction more stable, more durable and using beams for this.
- 04 Apr 2017
The tutorial is about what are the parts that you should buy to have the Ball Collecting mechanism.
- 29 May 2017
The topic of this tutorial is the purpose of a system of gears when throwing a ball.
- 13 May 2017
Why we change the robots all the time and what to observe in each new robot.
- 02 May 2017
The length of the lever has a certain effect when hitting the ball. In this tutorial, I would like to discuss what it's the effect.
- 10 May 2017
Following the principles from the previous video, try to make the attachment that you've built, more stable and durable.
- 03 Apr 2017
In the previous video, we found the correct answer for our task and it is 18.75, or is it?
- 08 Apr 2017
Find a plastic element. Cut it to 200mm by 140mm and attach this plastic plate to the front of our FIRST Technical Challenge Tetrix Robot.
- 20 May 2017
Display a matrix on the brick screen. Simple and easy. Download and run the program to see how
- 17 Mar 2016
In this robotics tutorial, we give a few notes for the teacher about adding an axle to the front of the FTC robot and attaching a plastic plate to this axle to make the robot collect balls.
- 23 May 2017
There are modifications that you must do on the FTC PushBot robot. Let's discuss them
- 08 May 2017
How to add a plastic plate to the FIRST Technical Challenge Robot build with Tetrix. The plastic plate is for collecting the balls. The plate should rotate and should be connected to the axle.
- 17 May 2017
With the last few videos, we entered the math world. Why we do it and what to keep in mind
- 14 Apr 2017
In this video, we introduce two pieces: beam with pins and the angular beam with pins
- 12 Apr 2017
How to construct an axle with a plastic plate connected to this axle and make this plate rotate and collect balls.
- 11 May 2017
What is a single, and what is two degrees of freedom
- 22 Sep 2017
In this robotics tutorial, we would discuss the length of the pipe and its dimensions. These are general considerations for every container on a FIRST Technical Challenge competition.
- 20 Jun 2017
Let's attach the ball storing pipe to the FTC robot. In previous tutorials, I've shown you the complete robot, but for this, I've removed the pipe and will show you how to attach it.
- 02 Jul 2017
Attach an axle to the front of the robot. Find a similar one, or modify the FTC Tetrix robot to accommodate the new axle.
- 14 May 2017
In this robotics tutorial, we present a solution to extending a VEX IQ attachment to handle two hex balls at a time
- 06 Jun 2017