Our club is commited to giving every student it can access to high quality educational resources to promote education in STEM Fields. Below is a compilation of educational and team resources for members and visitors alike.
One of the big projects developed by our Media Team, the Jagwired Journals is our brand-new bimonthy newsletter that details the club's activites.
From new recuits to old veterans, we require certain forms to permit and renew membership on the team. Member, parental, and other contracts, forms, and documents for us can be found here!
The Member Handbook details all of our club policies, rules, and activites. Attached at the end are the "Member Signature Sheet" and the "Parent/Guardian Signature Sheet".
The Health Form is required by all members. It contains info like allergies, medical considerations, and doctor information to ensure even in an accident, we can be prepared.
The Transportation Liability Contract allows parents to choose whether their child can operate a vehicle for the club or ride with a vehicle that is currently being operated for the club.
The T-Shirt Ordering Form lets members select what size they would like for a team shirt and if they would like to pay for any extra merchandise (such as hats). Team shirts are required by all members.
Planning, designing, and modelling are critical for competitive success. We use many different softwares for CAD, but the resources here are tailored for AutoCAD Fusion, Inventor, and Maya.
Building the robot comes right after planning, and using the right tools are important. Below are some resources related to machinery and building materials.
This Powerpoint briefly covers the majority of the tools used in the team.
On our team, one of our common sayings is that "If you have a robot, but no code, you only have a fancy statue." Progamming is critical to our team, from remote to autonomous control and vision processing. We focus primarily on C++, RobotC, and Java.
This Powerpoint goes over the theory of programming and how to create a flowchart to plan a program.
This Powerpoint goes over the most fundemental aspects of programming for a robot, whether in JAVA or RobotC.