Even though this prevented us from playing the scale, it wasn’t an impediment to play the switches. In fact, our robot did great while taking in the cubes and dropping them off in these switches. The elevator system was mostly reliable and also quite fast when need be. Our newly developed intake system was also a contributing factor to the performance of our robot. Its arms had a wide range of motion while incorporating a fully in-house gearbox mechanism that tilted back the intake up to a little more than a 90-degree angle. This movement allowed us to hold on to the cubes without having any possible risk of dropping them. It should also be mentioned that our team was planning to have a custom drive base; however, there were some unexpected problems for the manufacturing of these parts, and we didn’t have sufficient time for a solution. All in all, this was the most complex robot we have built so far which made use of custom gearboxes, chains, and an elevator system.