Day 21 finds us cutting metal at Transformix Engineering.To make these parts we needed to go through quite a process. Drawings were made using CAD software.The printed drawings, were then checked overAnd then they were taken to Transformix for machining.We turned all of our metal into much smaller parts.Thanks to the machinists who made it happen!When parts are completed, they need to be examined, and the sharp edges removed.Looking at the pieces in this small cardboard box….we begin to wonder about the final size of the robot.Meanwhile…back at KCVI. We had a visitor today who dropped by to get more yarn for Kare-bots.We also had visitors who brought us our batteries from Florida. Thanks so much!We devised a way to do tandem knitting. 2 knitters on one project is pretty cool stuff.We did some bumper math calculations. Look at our reversible bumper instruction guide.We looked at various sensors and how to use them effectively.Our team had been working on a super top secret project for the past few days. We’ve made warm fuzzies for our mentors. Today they were delivered. Mentors are appreciated for the time and effort they put into our team.Who doesn’t like warm fuzzies?! Why not thank a mentor today!