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Re: Fwd: Robot visit Does anyone have a pic of the current table runner configuration? Thinking out loud, are there any components which we can use "scrap" to facilitate a working

Andrew
10:47 AM
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Puma 560 tiny robot arm I am now fully trained and can use without adult supervision the giant shop bot robot at the artisans asylum. So if you'd like me to make up a four by eight

Alan Kilian
6:47 AM
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Re: Fwd: Robot visit ... The costs can add up as well. The 100 table runners I have gave away cost more than just the $2.50 in materials. There is time and expenses that are not

bill
4:37 PM
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] I'm getting real tired of Yahoo email (Was: Fwd: Robot visit) I see that, out of the blue, Yahoo has decided to delete blank lines between my paragraphs and my lines are about 2 feet long. AHHHHH!!!!!!! Except that now

Jeff Sampson
4:01 PM
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Re: Fwd: Robot visit No, Cathy is not in on the discussion. I wanted to see if anyone had any interest at all before saying that someone "might" be interested in doing this.

Jeff Sampson
3:36 PM
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Re: Fwd: Robot visit TCRG sponsoring a First team doesn't address having the ability to give presentations to schools or groups. But it is yet another idea. Technically TCRG can't

Jeff Sampson
3:13 PM
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Re: Fwd: Robot visit [2 Attachments] Jeff/Alan/Cathy, I assume that Cathy Nordman isn't in on this discussion and her email address was truncated in the original message posting by Alan. I tried

esq37
Mar 5
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Re: Fwd: Robot visit Well, here is another thought: the TCRG could sponser a FIRST team. I don't know how much money is required to be a sponser... ... -- ... This email is

Brynn Rogers
Mar 5
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Re: Fwd: Robot visit At what age do the kids start participating in the First robotics challenge? Some of those bots are pretty advanced, and pretty spendy due to sponsors. But

Jeremy
Mar 4
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Re: Fwd: Robot visit [2 Attachments] Does anybody have any thoughts on what would make a reasonable robot presentation? Does it require two or three different presentations depending on the age of

Jeff Sampson
Mar 4
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Fwd: Robot visit ... From: "CATHY.NORDMAN@... [tcrobots]" Date: Mar 3, 2015 6:23 PM Subject: Robot visit To:

Alan Kilian
Mar 3
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Re: Identifing surface mount parts Yup it's not always right but it is a pretty good start!!! Glad to help. ... From: tcrobots@yahoogroups.com [mailto:tcrobots@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Thursday,

Mr. Overkill
Feb 26
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Re: Identifing surface mount parts Yes, that does work for the RA part. But it does not work for the On-Semiconductor 36A part. So it is hit and miss. Thanks for the link. I will have to search

Jeff Sampson
Feb 26
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Mouser Empowering Innovation Challenge robot showcase Here is a chance to show off your robots and maybe win a prize. Or at least see what other people are doing.

Thomas R Baraniak
Feb 26
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Re: Identifing surface mount parts Ok here is the webpage I use http://www.marsport.org.uk/smd/mainframe.htm So on the top left I clicked the “R” then scroll down to “RAxx” and that

Overkill
Feb 26
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