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2019 - FIRST Deep Space

The Game

The new game was announced on January 5. The game, FIRST DESTINATION: DEEP SPACE is a space themed game. Teams work in alliances made up of three robots each to get the most points. Points are acquired by shooting balls or "cargo" and placing hatches onto rockets and cargo ships. To earn additional points, alliances can climb one of three levels in their HAB

       platformYou can learn more about the rules of

       the game here


Our Team

This year, our FRC team consists of 37 students and 10 amazing mentors! 

Our Robot

Our 2019 robot, Intersmellar, is our first robot since 2015 that has used pneumatics. It has a 6 Neo, 8-wheel West Coast Drive base, along with the capability to place any game piece at any level and climb to any level on the HAB platform. The game piece manipulator is a dual-use mechanism, utilizing pneumatics to collapse and expand to fit both cargo and hatch panels. Additionally, the cargo intake mechanism uses the pneumatics to expand and retract into the drive base. Intersmellar's climbing system includes two mechanisms: an elevator that expands downwards in the back, and the cargo intake that pushes up the front end of the robot.



Competition

Pacific Northwest District Competition - Mount Vernon, Washington (March 2-3, 2019)

                 Finalist
5803, Apex Robotics
4579, RoboEagles
1983, Skunk Works Robotics

Pacific Northwest District Competition - Auburn Mountainview, Washington (March 9-10, 2019)

                 Semifinalist
2046, Bear Metal
3237, Event Horizon
1983, Skunk Works Robotics

Pacific Northwest District Competition - Snohomish, Washington (March 22-24, 2019)


Chairman's Award
                 

Semifinalist

2976, Spartabots
3070, Team Pronto
1983, Skunk Works Robotics

Pacific Northwest Regional Competition - Nampa, Idaho (March 27-30, 2019)

   Industrial Design Award by General Motors 
                    

 Finalists

 2122, Team Tators
 6680, TRIObotics
 1983, Skunk Works Robotics

Pacific Northwest District Championship - Tacoma, Washington (April 3-6, 2019)

                                                 

 Quarterfinalists

 1318, Issaquah Robotics Society

 2928, Viking Robotics

 1983, Skunk Works Robotics

FIRST Championship: Newton Division - Houston, Texas (April 17-April 20, 2019)

                 

 Finalist

 5015, SWAT Bots Robotics

 3674, CloverBots

 1983, Skunk Works Robotics

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