Yong Wei, graduate student in biological and agricultural engineering, assembles the bale pick-up mechanism of the Plan B prototype.
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Initial testing of the Plan A prototype to determine how well the robot can identify and pickup the bale autonomously.
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Yong Wei, graduate student in biological and agricultural engineering, works late into the night on Plan B. The team typically presents two different designs at the competition - Plan A and Plan B.
Jeriah Barker, sophomore in mechanical engineering, files down a printed parted to ensure that it fits, as he assembles the final robot.
Two Plan A robots completely assembled. with one more to go. If all the parts are ready and available, it takes about a day and a half to assemble one robot.