Noah Betik

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Name: Noah Betik
Date registered: 23/03/2016

Latest posts

  1. Waterloo District — 01/04/2017
  2. Durham District Competition — 21/03/2017
  3. 2017 Week 3 — 30/01/2017
  4. 2017 Week 2 — 22/01/2017
  5. Ontario District System — 21/01/2017

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Apr 01

Waterloo District

Team Dave competed at the historically competitive Waterloo District Event on March 24th and 25th, and piled up enough district points to secure at a spot at the Ontario District Championship! In the first match of the competition, Team Dave once again got off to a strong start, winning 160-145. Throughout qualifications, we recorded the …

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Mar 21

Durham District Competition

On March 4th and 5th, Team Dave competed at the Durham District event in Oshawa, Ontario. Sporting a new gear mechanism, the team was excited to unveil our 2017 creation, “Attenborough”, in the first Ontario district competition ever. Team Dave opened up with an exciting 196-170 win in our first qualification match. However, a very …

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Jan 30

2017 Week 3

With our sheet metal in, Team Dave has been hard at work this past week. We’ve riveted the chassis of the drivebase on both our practice and competition robots, and are making heavy progress on building up the practice bot. We’ve wired up the major components for the drivetrain, and had it moving around Saturday …

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Jan 22

2017 Week 2

Week 2 was what Team Dave would consider a “quiet” week — however, there was still plenty going on! We’ve been making small changes to our robot design and begun to work on pieces for our competition and practice robots, including gearboxes, shifters, shafts & much more. We’ve also modified some of our prototypes after …

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Jan 21

Ontario District System

This year, Team Dave is competing as a part of the brand new Ontario District. There are a LOT of teams in Ontario — over 150, and growing fast. With the number of teams growing, the number of events needed to grow too. Therefore, FIRST Canada made the decision to implement the District System in Ontario. The …

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