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Final Design - For my Machine Design class, groups of two were given the challenge of building a robot that could “play” tic-tac-toe, vertically. The machine designed by my partner and I utilized a mechanical arm that could rotate at its base, and in the middle in order to lift and place blocks into the scoring board.
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In Action - For my Machine Design class, groups of two were given the challenge of building a robot that could “play” tic-tac-toe, vertically. The machine designed by my partner and I utilized a mechanical arm that could rotate at its base, and in the middle in order to lift and place blocks into the scoring board.
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Machine and Control Box - For my Machine Design class, groups of two were given the challenge of building a robot that could “play” tic-tac-toe, vertically. The machine designed by my partner and I utilized a mechanical arm that could rotate at its base, and in the middle in order to lift and place blocks into the scoring board.
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Cardboard Model - This is the initial cardboard prototype of the machine that was eventually built for my Machine Design class.

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