These are the resources that our team has developed to provide assistance to rookie and experienced teams alike.
These are some frequently asked questions that teams have asked us as well as members who have recently become a part of FTC. These are very helpful for those who are considering on joining a team or wanting to start a team.
FLL TIPS AND TRICKS
These are some neat tips and tricks that could help upcoming FLL teams as well those who want to start an FLL team. They list out the best ways to approach a topic as well as some cool things that a team can implement in their practice.
FTC TIPS AND TRICKS
These are some neat tips and tricks that could help upcoming FTC teams as well those who want to start an FTC team. They list out the best ways to approach a topic as well as some cool things that a team can implement in their practice.
ENGINEERING NOTEBOOK TIPS
These are some helpful tips and tricks that could assist FTC teams in their engineering notebook. The engineering notebook is a big part of the competition so having these neat tricks would be a big bonus for teams who have no idea where to start when it comes to their engineering notebook.
This is how we approach the big idea of designing the robot and its parts. There are different methods and ways to do this, but we chose to do it this specific way since it is easy and simple to do. Of course, teams can still have different design processes, but here is something to inspire a creative design process.
These are some easy and fun ways to work with CAD. CAD is a tool that is difficult to use at first but with this guide for CAD Basics, it will be soon before a team who is just starting out can use it with ease. Of course, you would have to use the program often to get used to it, but that’s what’s so fun about it!
HARDWARE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This is the manual for those trusty builders of the robot. There are a ton of parts involved in robotics and it’s hard to keep track of each individual part when things are just beginning. Like, what the heck is a servo? Don’t worry though, with the document below, any new member of the robotics family will get the hardware down in no time.