Now accepting names for our wait list!

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The popularity of SWERVE Robotics has grown to the point that we are now at capacity each year. It is a wonderful problem to have, so we are not complaining, but it has forced us to begin a wait list for interested parties. If you or your student is interested in getting involved, please take a few minutes and give us your contact information so that we can let you know when an opening comes up.

Our teams accept new students beginning in late May or early June of each year. We will contact you then. If you are an adult who would like to get involved, please send us an email and let us know what you want to do.

Student interest (wait list) for SWERVE Robotics

Building a Testbed for FTC Robot Components

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With the initial goal of testing battery health, Swerve Robotics Club created a multi-component test bed that can be used for a variety of purposes including battery health testing, component isolation testing, and more. Sig Johnson, from team 8923 presented the findings at the World Championships 2016 in St. Louis. More detailed documentation of this project, including instructions for building a testbed, part numbers, and other findings not covered in the presentation will be available soon.