You probably already checked this, but both of
the sides of the rubber band must go OVER the half bushing for the model to
work. At one point, we ended up with one side over and one side under and
it wouldn't work.
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 6:45 AM
Subject: [VADCFLL-L] problem with pressure sensing
My team crashed the robot into the side of the pressure
testing model. Now, the model can no longer lift the weighted arm even
when very lightly pushed by hand. I have pushed all the pieces together to
ensure connections are tight. I suspect that the rubber band may have stretched
out a little bit, so there is not enough friction. Has anyone else had this
problem? Any suggestions for fixing it? Is there any way of checking that the
model performs properly (i.e. what are its proper performance
Home based team: "Dr Dangerous"
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