FRC TEAM 2471

The official website of Team Mean Machine

2019 Robot: Epsilon

END EFFECTOR

Full control of both hatches and cargo

OVER THE BUMPER INTAKE

Hatch and cargo assistance 

Works with elevator to climb

ELEVATOR AND FOUR BAR

Two Speed for scoring and climbing

Under a second to any scoring position 

DRIVE

Custom Swerves – 4 pounds per module

16 feet per second free speed

Shaping the future

The students of  FIRST Robotics Team 2471 hosted the only Southwest Washington FIRST Lego League and FIRST Tech Challenge qualifying meet.

What We Do

Programming

Learn code and create autonomous routines to make the robots come to life in unique and efficient ways.

Machining

Machine and assemble important parts of robots using world class tools such as 3D Printers and CNCs.

Design & CAD

Create designs of the future of the team using professional software like Inventor and GrabCAD.

PR & Outreach

Recruit students and sponsors in the local community and share the team's activities with the rest of the world through social media.

Public Speaking

Present the team's successes in front of other students, parents, and even sponsors to further the team's growth.

Photography and Videography

Work with the rest of the team to capture their work and spirit by using professional equipment and software.

And Much More!

Make A Difference

Donate to the Camas Robotics Boosters

As a sponsor, you will provide students with a real-world engineering and business-based experience. With your support, we can grow our team’s resources, fund materials to build robots, pay competition fees and provide need-based scholarships.

Tax Deductible

The booster club is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization registered with the state of Washington. (TIN # 47-1580783) Your donations through the booster club are tax deductible.

Perks

Our sponsor benefits vary, but may include a demonstration of our robot, your logo on the website, robot, T-shirt, and a framed Thank You Poster.

What is FIRST?

Their mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.