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    • KenTwitchy
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      That is PERFECT!!! Well done Tinker!

    • KenTwitchy
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      When I was in high school we sold candy to make money for FTC. Worked very well, We also made Team shirts and sold them at school with the school, as fundraising and as School spirit T-shirts.

    • KenTwitchy
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      I don’t have any video… however my partner in crime might (I know he has a video of us pushing it around once we had all the pieces put together to check function.), I just have video of the mill machine running.

      I do have the instructions, blue prints, SolidWorks files, and MasterCam files. and a whole lot of photos of it being assembled. I’ll see if I can get them all together for you.

    • KenTwitchy
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      Very true.
      smile

      Last time we ran it about a 1.5 years a go it was awesome, although we gerbil-ed when we braked. (where you spin in side the stopped wheel).

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    • KenTwitchy
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      Everyone in my shop class in high school that actually operated machinery listened to Dr. Steel’s music. we used to play it in our part of the building when making things like 3d printers, solar cars, mono wheels etc. and operating tools. was great to have an engineering course from freshman year in high school, his music stuck for the past 5 or so years.  Thus lead to me joining and finding the web page.

    • KenTwitchy
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      HI. Well I’m officially a toy soldier now. been registered for a while, but work and classes take me away from being able to do things so this is the first chance I got to write.  

      other than that it is hard to describe my self.

      but I plan on infiltrating Fl. Miami supercon this year. wish me luck.

      -ken

      (also thought just popped in my head, we need a programmer to make robot smileys.)

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