GBC Workshop. Rafe Donahue Brian Alano Tom Atkinson Brickworld 2014 June 12 Chicago. Agenda. Distribute kits Introductions Workshop leaders Workshop participants GBC rules and specifications How this module came to be / why are you here? Let’s build!
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Follows the spec.
Simple to build, common pieces, inexpensive.
Expandable and flexible.
Employs ability to share power across more than one module with a single motor (either m-motor, xl-motor, or 9V technic).
Provides basic function of lifting the ball high enough so that you can “do something” with it, if desired, or just pass on to next module.
t = 6 + (4/3)n.
Note that n must be a multiple of 3.
Since the beam is 13 units long, then n=12 and
t = 6+(4/3)12 = 6+16 = 22.