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Old 09-19-2022, 05:41 PM
Location: San Diego
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I'll be coaching several events for the local high school and middle school. "Flight" for both, "Robot Tour" for high school, and maybe "Aerial Scramble".

Not a lot of info available for "Robot Tour". Had to copy the robot track from last year's instructions, this year's instructions didn't have a picture of it. Thank goodness for CAD systems. Fifteen 11x17 sheets from the printer, taped together. I'll probably pad the outside areas with unmarked white paper to provide the robots space to run off course. Think I got the dimensions pretty accurately though I still made a few small mistakes.

Now I don't have any more excuses not to get the Arduinos running.
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