Team 50566D - Team LunaTechs
Dhruv - Captain - 8th grade
Aditya - Captain - Website Manager - 8th
Dhanvi - 8th
David - 7th
Saarth - 7th
Atharva - 8th
My name is Atharva Untawale. I am in 8th grade. I am interested in building and programming. I used to do robotics last year, that went so interesting. Teamwork is my favorite thing in robotics. I can’t wait to see what happens.
- Each team was asked to write a short passage for the website talking about what their team role is and what they hope to accomplish this year.
My name is Dhruv and I am a co-captain of the team 50566D also known as the Lunatechs. I am mainly into programming although I am also a bit interested in building. I have been in the CMS Vex program since 7th grade, with no prior robotics experience before that. I have high hopes this year, and I think our team has the potential to make it to worlds this year.
Hi, friends, my name is Saarth, I hope to accomplish the goal of the year which to make it to the game with a good and powerful robot and win the game. I am a programmer.
My name is David, and I am a part of the 50566D Vex Team. On the team, I am the 3d Modeler / Graphic Designer and part of the building team. In addition, I am the assistant builder. I want to contribute to our team and make sure that the 50566D team does the best we can.
10/11/18 Atharva, Saarth, and David trying out different designs and modifying their online designs for the upcoming design challenge.
Hello, my name is Dhanvi. I am interested in building and programming. I have been doing Vex for 2 years now and I feel good about our team this year. I am really excited to be starting Vex again this year and I hope we all have a great year.
Hi, my name is Aditya and I a co-captain for 50566D and the website manager for CMS Vex. I am the head builder for my team and a mentor for younger and new members of VEX. I think that we have a lot of potential of making it to VEX worlds this year.
Hello, my name is Kyle. I am a journalist for the lunatechs. I hope to accomplish a robot that is made to hit the high flag. And to find a way to flip the caps as well.
Kyle and Atharva setting up their robot's chassis
Kyle's cone flipper.
David building part of his team's chassis.
Aditya and Atharva installing their robot's ball launcher.
Dhruv building the control code for his team's controller.
Saarth and Atharva building a gear train.
David designing the tire for his team's online challenge.
For the Make It Real challenge, we had to design a special part that could be used with our robot. We designed a tire that has treads for better traction and can also be used as a flywheel or a suction-like grabber. For the challenge, we had to write an essay talking about our tire and how it can be used in the game. Here is a link to the essay: LINK
Online Challenge: Make It Real AutoCAD
Online Challenge: Dell Website Challenge
The very website that you are using right now was designed for the Dell Sponsored website challenge, where teams had to design a website talking about their teams, outreach, and other activities.