FIRST Team Paragon 571

Windsor, CT
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Welcome to Team Paragon!

Team Paragon 571 is a FIRST Robotics organization in Windsor CT.  The team is comprised of students from Windsor High School and surrounding areas.

The Team is very excited to have a new home for our Build Site!!  We can now be found at the Roger Wolcott School located at 57 East Wolcott Ave.

Meetings are held every Monday at 6:00 PM.  Please stop by if you’re interested in joining our Team.

The mission of FIRST Team Paragon 571 is to provide the opportunity for young minds to channel their creative energy in a safe environment that promotes learning toward the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), as well as presenting these young minds with problems and difficult situations that require exploration of aptitude, skills, and limitations.

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Team Paragon 571

2018 Game Video

2017 Fuel Picker-Upper

2017 Ball Shooter

From the Blog

Waterbury Recap
April 2, 2018

After the robot has been bagged and tagged,  teams around the world have six total hours to  work on the robot outside the bag. In this  short time we managed to add a climber, a  power cube hook for the start of the game, and added to Emmet’s imagery. Click here to see the full update on Google Docs.

Level 6
February 26, 2018

It’s the final week before bag and tag day! This week we worked on some of the build aspects of the robot’s imagery by adding the “legs” of Emmet, which hold the finished wiring of the pneumatics to the electropneumatic-aquarium. We were also able finish the second stage of the elevator using a telescoping 80-20 shaft and a pulley system, which together allow the robot to extend much higher. Click here to see the full update

Level 5
February 26, 2018

This week the team worked on the battery box! To do this, we bent sheet metal to match the outer dimensions of our batteries. We also wired in all of the electronics and tested the pneumatic in the electropneumatic aquarium. Lastly started to work on the robot’s imagery by adding Emmet’s legs. Click here to see the full update

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