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industrialeducationshops

The Industrial Education Shops consist of two workrooms: the Wood Shop and the Machine Shop. These two rooms host the Construction Subteam. The Wood Shop is mainly used during construction of the practice playing field, which is used both for robot testing and driving practice. Next door to the Wood Shop is the Machine Shop, where the main construction of the robot takes place. The controllers for the robot are also assembled in the machine shop.

Construction Division Profile

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documentation

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The Documentation Room is home to several divisions of the Documentation Subteam. It is also the offical team room, all team meetings are held here. The room is also where students in the program take a robotics-directed career-core pathway class in communications.

Composition & Public Relations Division Profile

Documentation Support Division Profile

Computer-Aided Design Division Profile

Animation Invention Division Profile

 

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The website room houses the website creation division. Home to several Mac and PC desktops, the website division works hard daily in this room on the team's website. The lead website and graphics mentor, Victoria Pescaia, can always be found in this room ready to lend a helping hand to any student with a problem.

Website Creation Division Profile


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The VEX facilities is located in the documentation room where weekly meetings and discussions take place, which is the main room for the entire Waialua Robotic’s program.  This room is also where the documentation and web-site sub-team spends most of their time, trying to get their work done for the day.  But, this is also where VEX students work on their robot for this year’s upcoming competitions.  Most of the space in the room is occupied by the playing field, where students on the team practice and test out the robots that they have built, fix any complications that they have.  Also in the documentation and VEX room, students are able to access any equipment and tools that they need to get their task done. 

VEX Team Profile

 

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stockroom

The stock room, which used to be the main robotics room, it was donated to us by a team of students, community volunteers, and personnel from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Detachment Pacific. This is where we store all of the metal and plexi glass.  

 

 

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testing room

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The robotics construction room is where the playing field is set for testing the robot. This room also holds the milling machine, which is where the wheels for the robot are made. There is also the programming sub-team located in the robotics construction room. They work with the prototype robot and test the robot on our playing field that is set up.

Construction Support Division Profile

Programming Division Profile

 

 

 

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graphicsroom

Next to visual media, the graphics and animation divisions have there own room. This is where graphics and animation do all of their work. Animation works constantly on their 3D video for competition, while graphics works on making designs for the Waialua Robotics web site, Team 359’s shirts, and the pit crew booklet. Lastly, we have an additional graphics room where construction support/graphics make banners and stickers for Team 359.

Graphic Design Division Profile


 

 

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videoroom

Visual media has their own room, which stores their supplies: video cameras, digital cameras, tapes, and their computers. This is also their workroom where they process their video footage to create videos for this season.

Video Media Visual Profile

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FIRST Lego League has only one room which doubles as a science classroom during normal school hours. The FLL room consists of the playing field, a bulletin board of events that the team have and will participate in throughout the season. There are also the FLL playing fields and containers that contain the robot parts and tools that the students use to construct their FLL robots.

FIRST Lego League Profile

 

 

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