Boiler Bot Battle (B3) Information

October 13, 2023 0

Boiler Bot Battle, or B3, is an annual off-season event for First Robotics Competition teams to compete in the previous season’s game. This means it will be another chance for teams to work together and play CHARGED UP! (2022/2023 game), as well as show new team members what competitions are like B3 allows teams to learn,…

By Jeans Willing

2023 Season Kickoff

March 21, 2023 1

HBR is excited about the 2023 competition season! Over the next two months, we will prepare our robot (and ourselves!) for the Charged Up game! Our first competition runs from March 3rd to March 5th in Mishawaka, IN, and we are thrilled about this competing format. We hope all the teams have a fantastic build…

By Jeans Willing

First Competition In Mishawaka

March 21, 2023 0

Unfortunately, our bot was facing some programming errors that caused many problems. The bot was slow, the claw didn’t work well, and the bot would randomly lose connection. Overall, we didn’t do very well. We only won one match out of the entire game. But just because our first game wasn’t the best, doesn’t mean…

By Jeans Willing

Season Update (2022)

January 31, 2020 0

Team 1747 is preparing to have an amazing season! Special thanks to our current sponsors, the McAllister Foundation, Caterpillar, and Braunability for their generous donations toward our success. We have been tirelessly working on prototype after prototype, code after code to prepare for the upcoming competition season. We look forward to seeing other teams promoting…

By Zoe Bogan

Congratulations HBR! (2022)

May 2, 2018 0

Team 1747, Harrison Boiler Robotics, qualified the FIRST World’s Robotics Competition in Detroit by ranking first in the Indiana FIRST State Competition. In their division of six other divisions, they ranked twelfth in the qualifying rounds, then were chosen to be in the second ranked team’s alliance. By the end of the exhausting but exciting…

By Mason Dorsch

All-Parent meeting (2022)

February 15, 2018 0

We have an all-parents’ meeting at 6pm on Thursday, February 15.  We encourage at least one parent, representing their child, to attend.  It will be in the room across the hall from our robotics room.  It should take roughly an hour. Dues statements should be available at the Thursday parent’s meeting. If this creates a burden on the family, please let…

By Mason Dorsch